He runs his own design studio 40N47 Design, Inc. in New York City. Worked as a design director at MJM Creative.
Taught Type: Bridging Image and Context for the MFA Visual Narrative program at the School of Visual Arts, Graphic Design at Pratt Institute and Portfolio at Parsons School of Design.
Judges competitions, gives talks and teaches design and branding workshops in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Wrote for tipoGráfica (argentinian magazine devoted to typography/design 1987-2007) as the New York correspondent.
Diego was the first Latin president of the Type Directors Club, and he developed Masters classes for the different audiences. Actually he is the Type Directors Club’s Latin American liaison.
He recently published, through Kickstarter, the book “Logo: the face of branding”. He interviewed 40 designers from the five continents.
Clients include: Aluar, American Express, Atlas Construction, Art Deco Society of New York, Behrman House, Blue Apple Books, Canon, Formica, Hotel Palacio del Inka, Hotel Paracas, Hotel Tambo del Inka, IBM, John Wiley & Sons, New York State Democratic Committee, Pfizer, Print Magazine, Saturn, Sixth Vowel, Subaru, The Bronx High School of Science, Type Directors Club and Zenith Optimedia.