A rare, born-and-bred New Yorker, Sharon certainly knows her way around a city filled with world-class art museums, every tall building that ever mattered, and any kind of restaurant you could ever wish for. A Bronx native, she appreciates all the culture and rich history this city has to offer since it truly defines who she is and is the foundation of her successful career in advertising, fashion, and production.

As creative lead on a diverse range of general market and targeted/niche campaigns, Sharon has spearheaded integrated brand efforts for: 3 Musketeers, Colgate-Palmolive, Gardasil, and The Home Depot, with results that brought these brands to new heights. Along the way, she has garnered accolades and awards, including the coveted Mars “Agency of the Year” award for her 3 Muskteers Mint brand launch. She also won a Gold PhAme Award for the target market launch of Gardasil, as well as a Silver for the Arimidex "I AM" campaign.

An ever-evolving creative, Sharon's passion projects include a lifestyle & travel blog “Have Smile Will Travel” and a popular Instagram photo-journal that documents the Art Deco Terra-cotta sculptures in Parkchester in the Bronx.  She has also started work on an historically based screenplay “The Battle of Westchester Creek,” about the only Revolutionary war battle won through spy intelligence gathered by a slave child.

With all of this work and adventure, Sharon still finds time for yoga and will gladly take you on a tour of New York with her trusty rescue dogs, Izzeberto and Gatsby.