Misha Rudolph first got her start in the industry after graduating from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a Bachelor’s degree in Film, Video and Visual Arts, additionally studying dance and movement. After film school, Misha began working in the music video world with such directors as Spike Jonze at Propaganda and Satellite Films. She quickly moved into costume design and wardrobe styling after working closely with costume designer Andrea Lieberman. She has since worked with Lady Gaga and Will Smith, with advertising agencies Wieden & Kennedy and Chiat Day for major brands such as Nike and Apple.
Known for her love of fashion, music and film, Misha’s early work centered around the music video industry where she is credited for styling videos such as Will Smith’s “Switch” and “Party Starter”, Snoop Dogg ft. Pharrel “Drop it Like It’s Hot”, Justin Timberlake’s “My Love”, Ne-Yo’s “Closer” and “Miss Independent”, Usher’s “Trading Places”, Keri Hilson’s “Knock You Down,” Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance, and Drake’s “Miss Me” and “Fancy.” She has worked with directors Chris Robinson, Brett Ratner, Melina Matsoukas, Little X, Joseph Kahn, Brian Belletic and Paul Hunter.
After dedicating a good part of her career to music videos, Misha broadened her celebrity scope, dressing such clients as Britney Spears, Brandy, Keri Hilson, Usher, Will Smith, Jaden Smith, Willow Smith, Ne-Yo, and Will.I.Am for music videos, promotional tours and red carpet She also began her body of fashion editorial and advertorial work which can be seen in and on covers of magazines such as GQ, TeenVogue, Seventeen, Ebony, Essence, Paper, Premiere Magazine, King Magazine, The Source, People, Entertainment Weekly and Filter.