Kent Yoshimura

CEO, Co-founder

Kent Yoshimura is a multi-media creative and entrepreneur with a specialization in cognitive neuroscience, public art installations, and competitive martial arts.

Throughout his professional career, Kent has directed content for global brands such as McDonald’s, Lego, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, AT&T, Benjamin Moore, Ford, and many others. As an artist, he illustrated Master Davey and The Magic Tea House, which was released worldwide at all Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations, and his illustrations have traveled across children’s museums throughout the nation. He has been featured on NBC for his large-scale public art pieces, the New York Times for his mural work, and in TIME magazine, Huffington Post, Men's Health, Vice, and NPR for his Youtube videos. Most recently, he co-designed the immersive retail experience CAMP in New York as well as The Sixth Collection for Jerry Lorenzo's streetwear brand Fear of God.

As a martial artist, Kent competed internationally, fighting alongside Muay Thai champions in Thailand and serving as a training partner in Judo for Olympic medalists at the Kodokan and the Japanese royal guards within the Imperial Palace.

In 2015, he co-founded Neuro - a functional confectionary brand revolutionizing the consumable supplement space. The product has been featured in publications such as TIME magazine, Dr. Oz, Forbes, and CNN, and can be found in over 6500 retail locations nationwide.

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Finding YourSELF in the Age of Selfies

by Kent Yoshimura

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