Yourself in Third-Person

Have you ever been in a sce­nario where you were asked to describe your­self? I think in one occa­sion or anoth­er we’ve all been. Recent­ly, I was asked to do this on a web-form. Mind you, it’s hard for me to do that as I have a hard time talk­ing about myself. I guess I’m more of a less-talk-more-action type (cor­rect me if I’m wrong of course).

Any­ways, back to the web-form ordeal. I was asked to describe my “Cre­ative Work”. I replied with the fol­low­ing:

Self-thought web/designer com­ing from a Com­put­er Engi­neer­ing back­ground who recent­ly dis­cov­ered pho­tog­ra­phy and want­i­ng to fur­ther enhance insights and cre­ativ­i­ty by meld­ing both Tech­nol­o­gy and Art/Design.

Did I tend to what was asked of me? I think so, but in a gen­er­al sense of things.

From my mind to yours… Some­times it helps to be “me, myself, and I.”