I would like some input on interviewing with a portfolio.
I'm a young architect going through the interviewing process. It is standard for architects (and most artists and designers) to bring a portfolio with images and descriptions of their work. These interviews tend to have relatively few behavioral questions and more time spent reviewing the portfolio.
How much verbal description should I provide for each project? Should I be brief on most and more extensive on a few important/relevant projects? Should I remain mostly silent and let them read the descriptions?
Is there a good, actionable, manager-tools format for describing a project?
Thanks for your input!