Happy to announce that I landed an internship with a commercial/fashion/advertising studio in Chelsea! I am hoping that this will provide me with a good chance to learn the very basics of the commercial business while I look into an education. I fully expect to be doing the very boring work for a good while (painting, cleaning, copies, etc) so I don't have any unreasonable ideas of being able to assist with the photo shoots or anything. But, I still want to pay my dues and at the same time get as much out of it as I can. If you've entered this field through an internship, can you offer me any advice/stories/etc. about your experiences? I start thursday and want to show them that I intend to work hard and fully take advantage of this opportunity. I've worked with interns in other jobs before and know how they can often feel neglected and then slack off, not impressing anyone, and that's not me. I'll be respectful of course, meaning I won't waste people's time asking a ton of questions while they are busy, but I don't want to miss any chances to learn as much as possible either. Thanks!