The 'My Resume' Photo Series Takes a Visual Approach to Branding

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Published: • References: twitter & behance.net
The My Resume photo series was created by photographer, web designer and illustrator Kaylan Tannahill. She designed fake tattoos and a t-shirt that show off her skills. Cleverly titled, this shoot successfully visualizes her skill set as if she were a walking resume.

This visual approach to branding is so unique and clever, it would be interesting to see if the way in which we apply for jobs changes over the years. Thanks to the Internet, we are now able to present our resumes in digital ways and create websites on platforms like LinkedIn to openly share our skills and work experience.

The My Resume photo series takes it to the next level. As Tannahill wears her self-promoting t-shirt and flashes her tattoos, she is able to share her work experience in a fun and fashionable way. Stats for Fashionable Self-Promotion Shoots Trending: This Year & Warm
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