When I moved to New York in 1993, I was ready to go. The research I had done in graduate school led me to believe that success as a New York designer was merely a process of assisting more established designers on big projects, while designing smaller projects on my own until bigger opportunities presented themselves. It turned out to be not as simple as I hoped, and I spent the next five years juggling my assistant work with my design work. In the end, I took a staff job as a designer at a ...
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