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 Art is my tool for healing, connecting and changing the world. 

My journey as an Artist started as a classical pianist at age of three, Akahira Music Academy in Japan. My passion turned to singing and musical theatre towards late teen. Upon moving to Los Angeles in 2003, I worked as an actor & singer in various productions, became a member of Screens Actors Guild. (SAG-AFTRA)

After moving New York City in 2013, I started working with National Asian Artists Project founded by Broadway legend Baayork Lee. I've been selected as a finalist for Roger Sturtevant Musical Theatre Award from Actor's Equity Association. Performed with Lea Salonga at The Kennedy Center. 

As a photographer, my work has been seen on Forbes, Time Magazine. Recent clients includes The Public Theatre, Kristen Hanggi (Tony Nominated Dir.), The Confined Arts. Working with many artists for their events and  headshots.  (See more)

Building sustainable and ethical practice is just as important as my creative projects. I've finished Cooperative Leadership Intensive with Cooperative Economic Alliances of NYC (CEANYC), as well as Next Economy MBA to continue advocate for creative industry and the rights as worker of Art and Cultural workers. 

"Artists are healers, teachers and leaders.

Art connects people.

Art speaks human."

- Yuko Kudo - 

Yuko currently serves as

Board of Secretary for Prime Produce Apprentice Cooperative,

A member of Artistic Council for People's Theatre Project

G-100 Ecocivilisation Wing - Japan Country Chair

A member of 

Think Tank for Theatrical Innovation


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