Digho Image Marketing
After her first Photoshop class in High School, Diane knew she would wind up in the art field. In a drawing class at Long Island University CW Post, the concept of digho began with an immediate connection to her now business partner. After graduating from CW Post with a BFA in Digital Art and Design in 2003, she was accepted into Pratt Institute where she received her MS in Communication Design. The day after graduating she was promoted into the Creative Department at Newsday and worked as a part of their art team for the next five years.
Being an eager and passionate artist and designer, it was time to move on. Through the years digho existed as a freelance gig but it was now clear it was time to dive in headfirst. Since leaving corporate America, Diane and her business partner Maria have built a successful, ever-growing art and design house very happily located in Huntington Village. Diane takes pride in helping create a successful brand for her clients while creating an open and comfortable atmosphere for the exchange of ideas. Transforming these ideas with passion, attention, and completely unique designs leads to a lasting impression both she and her clients can be proud of. From beginning to end, digho unifies a desirable and effective look for every project.
Some awards and involvements to note include a BOLI Gold Certificate of Excellence (Student Competition) in 2000, Excellence in Mixed Media Award from CW Post Fine Art Department in 2003, an Installer for the NYC art installation, The Gates, by world famous artists Christo and Jeanne Claude in 2005, member/mentee of the Moxxie Networking Group from 2011-2014, Honoree of Celebrate Long Island’s Young Professionals in 2011, Business member of the Huntington Arts Council, Leadership Huntington Foundation Class of 2016, and incoming Co-Chair of the Young Professionals committee as well as Board Member of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce.
Diane is a lifetime resident of Long Island and has lived in Huntington, and now resides in Bethpage with her husband Mike and their daughter Rose. They anxiously await a move back to Huntington.