I recently did an interview with The Law Insider, a legal blog that was created by one of my fellow Miami Law alumni, Preston Clark. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
As both an attorney and an artist, which was a passion for your first?
Creating art was always my passion as I’ve been painting and drawing since I was very young. I often took art classes on the side during my academic studies in high school and college. I gravitated towards law school because I majored in Latin American Studies and Business and thought I would end up going into international law. Interestingly, once I did get into law school, my creative side went dormant and I barely did anything artistic at all. I think it was because since I was using my left brain for all that legal analysis, there really wasn’t room for anything else, even though art had been always an outlet for me. It wasn’t until I graduated from law school and moved to New York that my creativity returned.
You can read more of the interview by clicking here.