By Nick RolstonCNN”It’s been one of the most memorable years of my life,” said Amanda Smith.
“I had the most fun, it was the best of the best.”
She is referring to a time in her life when she had to choose between going to school and going to work.
But, as Amanda has been told by many people, that was never the case.
“I didn’t want to be at school, I didn’t like school, so I decided to go to work and make my own clothes,” she told CNN.
“It wasn’t really that bad, I was working in the shops and I was making money, but I was doing what I wanted to do.”
So, why didn’t Amanda get a job in her chosen field?
“There were many people who didn’t think I was good enough, I had a really difficult time finding a job,” she said.
“People were saying ‘you’re going to be the best at it’ and I would just say ‘I’m not good enough’.”
So, when I finally got a job, I just thought I was really lucky.
“I did a lot of work in the fashion industry, I went to university and I worked in the design industry, so why didn?”
It was like I had to prove that I could do it, and I didn’s the best work I ever did, I worked really hard and I made it to where I am now.
“The story of Amanda Smith Amanda Smith is an Australian designer who has worked in a range of creative industries.
She started her career as a fashion designer, but says she decided to work in her field rather than work in an office.
She has a Bachelor of Design in Fine Arts, a Master of Design and a Certificate of Advanced Design.
She has also worked in graphic design, printmaking and advertising.”
I have had a few clients tell me I am a super talented designer, they have had no idea,” she explained.”
But I have always loved making things and being creative.
I’ve always wanted to make things and make them really good, so it’s been a dream since I was little.””
I love making things, I love being creative and I love designing,” she added.”
When I started working in design, I did all the work, the drawing, the modelling, the design.
“I was always in a creative mode, so to find the time to be in a ‘creative mode’ was just a bit hard, Amanda says.”
As a young designer, I started to get a little bit of a lack of inspiration, I thought I could never do that, I’m always in the same mode.
“You have to keep doing it, keep doing the same thing.
I think my first couple of years, I always had a couple of clients who said I could’t do it because I was in a Creative Mode.
They’d say ‘why don’t you just do what you want to do, what you love doing, then when you get into your 30s, you can be creative.'”
I think I just wanted to keep making things as I have been for so long, and to try and make something that was a little more traditional.”‘
You have no idea what’s going on’Amanda has found that her work has been seen as “creative” by clients, but she is always honest when asked about her work.”
There is no such thing as ‘creativity’, I’ve always had this way of doing things, it’s just a natural thing,” she shared.”
Sometimes people would say ‘well, it might not be as good as you think’, or it might look good, but you don’t know what it’s like.
Some people thought I didn ‘do what I’ wanted to or ‘you can’t do this’. “
It felt like it was not being judged or anything, but it wasn’t the case at all,” she recalled.
Sometimes I just felt like I was the one who was doing it wrong and then I was like ‘well I am, I am not bad at what I do, I have no clue what’s happening’.””
So when I first started out, I felt a bit lost, so what I did was I made stuff up and I just tried to find a way to do it.”
“Sometimes I just felt like I was the one who was doing it wrong and then I was like ‘well I am, I am not bad at what I do, I have no clue what’s happening’.”
It took me a while to get it together, but now I have the tools and the confidence to be able to be creative.
“Amandas new collection, ‘Amanda’, was launched on March 18.
The collection, which was unveiled at Fashion Week, is a mix of contemporary and classic styles.
Amanda will be debuting her new collection at a press conference at 7:30am, with a performance on March 25 at the Melbourne Design Centre.