Portfolio for Interviews?

<p>Hi. So I have a lot of hobbies that I am really involved in outside of school and my extracurriculars. I mainly bake (bakingbyjasmine.webs.com) and knit (knittingbyjasmine.webs.com) and I wanted to show these hobbies to the admission official or alumni who interviews me for my college interviews. To bring Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligence to life. But I felt like this might be a little too much? And I wanted anyone's opinion on this. Also for those schools that don't have interviews should I add a document with the pictures in the portfolio or not. I'm not sure if it is appropriate to. Thanks to those who respond.</p>

<p>I think it's a great idea to bring along samples of your knitting to an interview! You probably don't want to bring out the knitting right away, but if the conversation drifts to talking about your hobbies, it would be cool to say, "hey, by the way, I actually have some on hand! Do you want to see them?"</p>

<p>For baking, how about an advertisement sheet for your website, or a collage of your bakery photos? You can easily make one with Adobe Photoshop or InDesign.</p>