The article was a good read. I like how the artist who the article is mainly about, J. Todd Anderson, retains his composure about his profession. Just like mood boards, storyboards aren’t used as often as they one were, but are still considered an important aspect of preliminary planning, design and execution of many/any project. While the artist always knew how to draw, his listening skills are considered equally as important. Also, higher education playing a pretty big role in further honing his skills was inspiring to see. But the answer he provided to the “how to get into a position like his” question couldn’t have been better, as his remark was something of a life lesson I think anybody can learn from.