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The Ballerina & The Moon Perfect Paperback – June 4, 2013
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About the Author
Irene Zevgolis is a professional graphic designer, creative writer and owner of an award-winning graphic design studio, Irene Z Design. Her professional career has reached its twenty-ninth year. Irene holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Graphic Design from The Pennsylvania State University, an Associate Arts Degree in Studio Art and Graphic Design with Computers from Montgomery College. Intensive computer graphic design and illustration coursework was attained from Montgomery College, The Corcoran College of Art and Design, The Art Institute of Boston and Maryland Institute College of Art. Irene began her design career in 1983, working for design studios and corporations in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area and Boston, with distinguished art directors, mentors and colleagues. Since launching Irene Z Design in 1990, she's created hundreds of graphic design communications for national clients and book publishers. A classic and innovative approach to graphic design has earned her national design awards from Print s Best Logos and Symbols, Print Magazine, Graphic Design USA and The Advertising Club of Metropolitan Washington. Irene has been Adjunct Professor of Graphic Design at Montgomery College in Maryland, and is currently part-time Media Assistant for Montgomery County Public Schools. Irene has been dancing since age five!
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Top Customer Reviews
This book addresses issues such as jealousy, insecurity, dealing with setbacks, and the ability to persevere. I recommend this book to all young dancers, and non-dancers, to encourage them to never give up on their dreams no matter how difficult they may seem to achieve.
-Joy DiLillo Harrington, American Dance Institute
-Dr. Jill Chasse
- L. Jenks, Tutu4U