Shenice Brotherson, right, presents her project “Color Conversations” to Pippa Seichrist, standing at left, at Miami Ad School Atlanta. Brotherson is one of seven finalists from the school’s four U.S. locations who entered the school’s contest. Finalists’ work can be seen at www.miamiadschool.com ; click on blog.
Shenice Brotherson, right, presents her project “Color Conversations” to Pippa Seichrist, standing at left, at Miami Ad School Atlanta. Brotherson is one of seven finalists from the school’s four U.S. locations who entered the school’s contest. Finalists’ work can be seen at www.miamiadschool.com ; click on blog. Gina Cassaro
Shenice Brotherson, right, presents her project “Color Conversations” to Pippa Seichrist, standing at left, at Miami Ad School Atlanta. Brotherson is one of seven finalists from the school’s four U.S. locations who entered the school’s contest. Finalists’ work can be seen at www.miamiadschool.com ; click on blog. Gina Cassaro

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