Dominic Iudiciani

Founder | Photography & Graphic Design

Coda Co-Founder, Dominic Iudiciani received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Akron studying graphic design and photography. From an early age, Dominic has had a passion for the visual arts, and it has manifested itself across a variety of entrepreneurial initiatives over the years.

 

In 2015 he exhibited a collection of photographs called "Icelandic Elements," which examined the country's many textures through a minimalist lens. In addition to design and photo, he has an affinity for interior design and fashion, co-founding Monastum, a minimalist furniture and clothing line, as well as Anantvir, a minimalist, Indian ethnic menswear line, which debuted on the runway of Columbus Fashion Week in 2018. Dominic's aesthetic in all mediums is both organic yet severe, clearly inspired by both architecture and nature. Pieces from his wardrobe were recently featured in a year-long modernest menswear exhibition at the Kent State University Museum titled "Beyond the Suit," for which he provided exhibition photography.

Dominic currently runs an eponymous photo studio in Akron and holds a position at the Arhaus Furniture corporate headquarters as Art Director. He enjoys the performing arts as well, participating in local choral ensemble Singers Companye, performing at The Players Guild Theatre in Canton, and singing annually in The Cabaret Project at Blu Jazz downtown Akron, a performance founded by CODA colleagues Alexandre Marr and Merissa Coleman.

There's only one thing that Dominic loves more than the visual arts: Chili's honey chipotle chicken crispers.