About Mary Jo Zagozen
Ten years ago I decided to assist people with their visions by using my vast skill set to make ideas come to life. My vast, artistic and technological skill set is used to draw, compile and present my visions and others.
Mary Jo has her BFA from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, in technical production for theater and film.
The Professional Theater Training Program at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee was a highly accredited theatrical degree program. It was developed to submerge students in a real repertory theater environment. 15 Students were selected in four disciplines: Technical Production, Acting, Costumes, and Stage Management. All professors were active in their specialties in the professional industry as well as the academic arena. Students were put in a full submersion three-year track. Every semester scheduled 21 credits from 9 am - 10 pm, Monday - Sunday.
We were required to master skilling in the following areas by expertise in order to succeed:
Architectural design and history, Production management,
Soft goods creation,
Design drawing and sketching,
Audio system design,
Molding & casting,
From Milwaukee, she ventured to Florida where she received an Associate’s Degree in Recording Engineering from Fullsail University.
In 1999, Mary Jo moved to upstate New York where she worked as a Technical Coordinator, Audio video systems designer and Project Manager for a Walters Storyk Design Group a Multimedia Architectural Design Company.
In August 2001, she had a life changing event. She moved back to her home town of Sheboygan, WI, where she has began freelancing - building websites, designing business cards, letterhead, logo’s, consulting for home audio and video systems and technology coaching. She has lived in many cities across the United States in the past 25 years. Boulder, CO, Winter Park, FL, Sacramento, CA, Kingston, NY to name a few.
Mary Jo's world revolves around Entrepreneurship - God - patience - art - music - creativity - travel and LOVE. Her path of life is one day at a time. August of 2001 changed her life forever. Now she’s back on her feet and pursuing life with positive daily intention and surrender.