I think I'd be a great candidate for the WGI program for a multitude of reasons. My skill set it varied and I like being able to include as much of it as I can in one project, from coding (including HTML, CSS, and JQuery) to motion design, to a deep passion for typography and communication in all its forms. Having grown up in Detroit, I have the perspective into the world of the automotive, and changing perspectives on what some have viewed as a failing city. Much of my work has been to combat the negative connotations of communities like Detroit. I think expanding my world view can only improve that ability. In terms of real world experience, I've worked in a multitude of different industries, from toy makers to automotive advertising agencies. I'm always seeking out new experiences through meeting new people, learning about what they do to see if it can apply to or improve what I do. I like to make people laugh, and believe that connecting to people through humor or entertainment quality defines a lot of my work. Through the WGI program, I would seek to improve all of these qualities and even qualities I don't expect to improve. Ultimately, I think I would be the best candidate because I would be open to learning everything possible, and would treat the experience invaluably.