Misty Copeland

Juliette Toma paints a portrait of the principle ballet dancer Misty Copeland.

The article in AdAge is on the popular American ballerina who talks of how her representation in ads is just as important as in the arts. Being the first African-American woman to hold the position of principal dancer at American Ballet, she speaks about diverse representation in advertising, her creative process during shoots and the differences between performing onstage and in commercials. Juliette's portrait shows Misty's powerful presence with her form dominating the piece. Read the article here.

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