Sharoz studied graphic design and advertising at School of Visual Arts in NYC, worked at BBDO, DDB, TBWA Chiat/Day and others as a writer, art director, and eventually creative director, then started her own practice. Her trans-disciplinary shop called Think Tank 3 operated out of a storefront in the far West Village, where in addition to serving her client's brand and advertising needs, she curated art exhibits for the community including SADDAMMANIA, and JEWISH BOXERS. In 2010 Sharoz art directed a feature film about a NY Giants fan starring Patton Oswalt, directed by Robert Siegel. Big Fan, was an official Sundance competition selection, a NYT pick, and nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best film made under $500K. Sharoz recently produced "The Improv: 50 years behind the brick wall", a one hour television documentary featuring many comedy legends. She splits her time on brand and film projects, narrative and documentary, in NY and LA. Sharoz is a natural born flaneur, loves walking, cities, and putting her skills to use for the common good.