Multidisciplinary design operative at the intersection of building, branding and business

MUDEO is a moniker for the work of Kenny Isidoro

Kenny Isidoro is a creative thinker with broad experience in multiple disciplines, from architecture to graphic design, branding to marketing. He connects disparate ideas to synthesize a company's values into platforms and spaces that helps build businesses. His design approach is rooted in research and context, creating pragmatic solutions that are considered holistically.
Before earning a Master of Architecture degree, he graduated with degrees in architecture and graphic design from Northeastern University. Currently, he is a senior designer at Bergmeyer in Boston, helping to grow businesses through branding and experiential graphic design. He has also worked as a designer at Ann Beha Architects and Elkus Manfredi Architects, focusing on mixed-use, housing, and cultural projects. As former marketing director and environmental graphic designer for LLB Architects in Providence, he assisted the firm in winning commissions for projects in New England and produced environmental graphics for the firm's architectural work.

His past experiences in the world of marching percussion have merged with his love for design, working with performance arts groups in a design capacity. He has recently been with Blackstone-Millville Regional Indoor Percussion Ensemble, and had previously worked with the King Philip Indoor Percussion Ensemble. Both are percussive arts groups made up of high school and middle school students that have competed on a national level. He's been responsible for production programming, conceptual design, set design, costume design, music storyboard, and visual effect for the groups.
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