Having the skills and time to create your digital portfolio for your art college application can be quite challenging in anyone's opinion. Not only do you need to create a cracking portfolio including sketchbooks but you need to be able to represent this physical portfolio in a digital format.
Quite inconveniently many of the colleges require your work to be submitted in differing formats, file sizes, categories and quantities of pieces.
We can help you to relieve the burden.
*If you're not able to attend sessions in person we can work via Skype if you can digitise your portfolio yourself to send to us.
We have 2 options, we can meet in sessions as outlined below or we do find that scheduling a full day together, we can nail it in one session!
Session 1: We meet initially with your work for 2 hours to assess your folio and make a plan of action. In this first session we will:
Following this initial meeting we will then:
Session 2: We will then meet for one more 2 hour session where we will finalise the images for you to upload and sign off the digital portfolio.
"The prospect of creating and organising a digital folio alone was pretty daunting. I felt uncertain and a little bit lost as to where to start. Portfolio Oomph helped organise and compile my folio whilst also giving me confidence in the digital folio I presented. The support given was hugely beneficial as it helped me understand what the universities wanted from a digital folio and ensured that I met all deadlines in advance." Hazel Laing – successful entrance into 2nd year at ECA.
"It was really helpful to take out a full day to get it all done, otherwise I would have had no idea how to display my work and show it off the best I could. The day was relaxed and enjoyable and I felt it suited me to work through my portfolio slowly, deciding exactly what to put in and where to put it." Erin Dougherty
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