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Submerged in a Dancing Daydream

A playful collaboration by the artists of Backhausdance, photographer Priscilla Iezzi, and illustrator Oksana Badrak

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with a video of the photo shoot and clickable before-and-after photos.


For Before and After Pictures, click these links: Photo 1 / Photo 2 / Photo 3 / Photo 4

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