Making an Impression
A few years back I got the chance to follow a dream of mine and go to film school. But the only way I could afford to do it was if I worked during my free time.
In theory, all I needed was a CV and a little site that showed off my work. But I wanted to do something different.
So I wrote began designing a résumé that would get noticed.
I bought some fancy paper and envelopes, signed and numbered each one and sent them out (wax sealed, of course) to people I wanted to work with.
They all replied. Not always with a job offer, but I was pretty happy with that.