Stephanie had always been noticed by managers and co-workers as "the girl who drew the best lunch boards." This game of chalk and slate turned into a freelance position at Dick's Last resort in Boston, MA, creating large-scale promotional props and menus. Dance studios had her designing t-shirts and scenery. Acting professors at Emerson requested her skills to make posters for upcoming shows. Through trial and error and never giving up, Stephanie taught herself the ins and outs of computer-generated art and web design. For the last few years, she has been designing wedding invitations, business cards, promotional flyers, Christmas cards, templates for Real Estate companies to use for their Comparative Market Analysis reports. And somwehere in the very recent past, probably right after she quit her job selling bondage equipment, she decided it was time to start marketing her skills and make a name for herself in the graphic and web design community.

And so here it is.

Her foolproof marketing ploy.

Here is everything you ever wanted to know about Stephanie Ziobro, maybe more, maybe less. It's amazing how what started out as cutting shapes out of construction paper and gluing them on other sheets of construction paper has become what it is today. She still cuts things out and glues them on stuff, and sometimes she'll put on that mouse suit and dance to Barry Manilow's "Copacabana." But that's part of the talent. That's how one stands out.

And doesn't get arrested.


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