Hey Brad - okay, my first thoughts are 1) is your portfolio meant to be 'about' something specific - i.e. a particular skill set or nuance? At the moment there is a sense that it's about everything you've done and you're proud of and it for me, it doesn't present you in a necessarily coherent way: for example, one way to clarify your message would be to make your portfolio about your skills re. modelling - so translation 2D production art into a commensurate 3D model. If this is the case, I'd only feature those pipelines in which you do this - and for your portfolio, I'd consider returning to some of your 3D models and ensuring they were polished and expressed via industry conventions - so turnaround and all the necessary passes etc. At the moment, your portfolio feels dissipated to me and lacks a clear statement of your intent. In terms of the internship itself, can the duties required of you help you edit your portfolio accordingly?
Hi Brad - I think about 30 - 50% of this port folio could be taken out. It feels / read like you've gone 'all in' and added anything you're proud of. That's quite a common thing people do so its not a criticism its just important to know so you can start removing 'critically' or based upon a theme (eg what type of job you're going for) and develop the right port-folio 'flavour'. The other very important thing to remember is 'don't chronologically order your port-folio' - Put your best work first. It's unlikely they will look all the way through it and if they encounter something 'iffy' it will be closed. So...https://www.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=8b716a8d5a5e6db1b068Once you've done all of that upload again and I'll take another look.
Note: P1 = Page 1 and so on