This article is the third entry in a special three-part series entitled, 'The Definitive Guide to an Epic Architecture Portfolio.' These posts have been guest written for Young Architect. Each part will take you through the process of how to successfully build your portfolio from the ground up.
"Definitive Guide to an Epic Architecture Portfolio"
Part I / Finding Your Purpose
Part II / Developing Your Content Strategy
Part III / Producing Your Epic Portfolio
'Producing Your Epic Portfolio,' breaks down the strategies you can implement to finalize your epic portfolio - including how to determine the final medium for your work, how to use industry-standard software for the most successful workflows, and what details you can include in the production of your portfolio to truly make it yours.
YOU CAN FIND THE FULL ARTICLE HERE.
A sincere thank you to Mike Riscica for allowing me the opportunity to write this guest series. Mike has been an inspiration to my career and my writing for the past couple years. I couldn't think of a better way to repay his generous outpouring of content that has moved me, made me laugh, and helped me pass the A.R.E. than to write these posts for all the fantastic Young Architects out there.
Mike LaValley, AIA, LEED AP
A native of Buffalo, NY, Mike is the registered architect, career strategist, and entrepreneur behind the blog, Evolving Architect. For the past few years, he has helped many creative professionals evolve their passion for architecture and design into successful, epic careers.