Sergio Segura is a graduate of information technology from the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) in Buenos Aires.
For over 17 years, Sergio specialized in project leadership for important banks and financial institutions. In 2004 he met Antón Gazenbeek and they started a project related with the investigation about tango dance and its preservation.
Sergio created The Argentine Tango Cultural Tour with which he promotes authentic and traditional Argentine tango in the United States and Asia. This tour brings together different events related with history, dance, teaching, music, photography, art and film documentaries. Sergio is also the producer of the multimedia show "The Anthropology of Tango Dance" which was presented with great success at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX.
Due to his ability to lead projects, Sergio has become an important producer in the world of tango. He has been working as a Public Relations for the New York Summer Tango & Film Festival. He also was collaborating with "The Argentine Tango Society" as a Company Director of the succesfull iTango Show 2007 tour.
He has produced 4 Tango Teaching DVDs which have had great success and sales all over the world, film documentaries, Tango Postcards, and the enterprise "Tango Traveler Discount Card", wich gives discounts to travelers in Buenos Aires. He was also sponsor for Club Sin Rumbo, the mythical, 87 year old milonga in the Villa Urquiza neighborhood in Buenos Aires. With Anton Gazenbeek have created "The School of Traditional Argentine Tango", based in New York City, where they teach strictly traditional tango fundations, they also have invented "The Learning from the Past System" workshops, using Anton Gazenbeek video collection. Sergio also couchs tango couples in different historic tango styles.
As a photographer, he has done photo shoots with some of the most important tango dancers in Argentina and the world, and has given exhibits in Buenos Aires and various other cities around the world. His best known collections are those of "Jóvenes en el Tango", "Tango in París 1920" and "Homage to Tango Argentino".