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She attended high school at The Cambridge School of Weston. She went to NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and was a professional modern dancer in New York City. While dancing, she attended Parsons The New School for Design to focus on illustration and animation.
In 2010, Bertman was commissioned by the American Idiot producer Laurence Kaye (Hop Theatricals) to create a signed/numbered limited edition series of 10 prints in celebration of American Idiot's opening night on Broadway.
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