February 2013 | Alumni Profiles
Great advice from our alumni this month including making the most of the city, designing a killer CV and understanding the business side of being an artist.
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ECA graduate and artist Leo du Feu talks about his time studying in Edinburgh, his first experience of the after-college world and how how important it is to understand the business side of being an artist.
Furniture Design graduate Mike Harrower on finding your career direction and making sure you have an eye catching CV.
Alumnus and Furniture Designer Martin Howlett talks about why he decided to study in Edinburgh and where his career has taken him since graduation.
Edinburgh born alumnus Richard Marshall talks about why he picked Edinburgh Informatics, converting Bedlam into a theatre and why it's important to do what you're passionate about.
Bestselling author and Edinburgh alumna Samantha Young chats about her love for the city, being on the New York Times Bestseller list and why Edinburgh and the University are set to continue to play a huge part in her writing career.
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