Work Seen in :

Manhattan Theatre Club
Woolly Mammoth Theatre
HEREarts Center
3-Legged Dog
Milwaukee Rep
Arena Stage
Kennedy Center
National Players
South Coast Rep
The World Bank
Design Week, Milan IT
Cleveland Playhouse
Centerstage Baltimore
Everyman Theater
Mosaic Theater
National Geographic
National Gallery of Art
+ more


Jared Mezzocchi received his MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College. He is currently on faculty at University of Maryland, College Park, where he leads the projection design track in the MFA Design program. He is a resident artist at Woolly Mammoth Theater Company in DC and has directed and designed at theaters across the U.S. and in Europe including designing for Big Art Group, The Builders Association, Rob Roth, 3-Legged Dog, HEREarts Center, and UTC #61. Jared made his off-broadway debut at Manhattan Theatre Club with his projection design in VIETGONE, written by Qui Nguyen and directed by May Adrales. In 2012, he received the prestigious Princess Grace Award, the first projection designer to be honored with this national theater award. In 2017, he received the first Lucille Lortel Award for the category of Outstanding Projection design (Vietgone, Manhattan Theater Club). in addition to the Lucille Lortel, Mezzocchi received a 2017 Obie Award and nominations for an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Drama Desk Award.

In Spring 2017, Mezzocchi was accepted as a fellow to the MacDowell Colony. 

Most Recently, Mezzocchi wrote and directed an adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ book How To Catch A Star at the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center.

Mezzocchi grew up in New Hampshire, Where he returns to every summer as Producing Artistic Director of Andy's Summer Playhouse, an innovative children’s theater producing original work by professional artists from across the country.

CV available upon request.