Stephen Zorochin is a monumental sculptor whose studio is in Manasquan, NJ. He studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York, the Boston Museum School, and served an apprenticeship with the noted sculptor Professor Joe Brown at Princeton University, where he created custom works and patinas in bronze. He created the Captain Dempster Monument for the Mercer County Fire Training Center, the David Kershaw Memorial Awards, and numerous other bronze commemorative plaques.

His most recent work is the portrait bust of the legendary Bruce Springsteen, which he has entitled "Soulful Humanitarian." It was cast in cement, with a hand-patinated Renaissance bronze finish. He is now at work on a portrait bust of Jimi Hendrix.