So I am considering a second MFA in advertising, specifically art director. I was thinking about graphic design originally but feel that art director would be a better fit and for these reasons: graphic designers are concerned with the overall look of the ad, while art directors are concerned with how it feels. Also, you learn aspects of graphic design while learning to become an art director. I also feel this is a perfect and logical next step in my journey due to my background in psychology and my photography background. Both of these degrees have come together to influence the way I photograph. I am more concerned with how the photograph feels and what it communicates rather than simply what it looks like.
That being said, I have to pass my final presentation in order to begin a new program... No pressure!
And on that note, back to work!