Carlos is a Venezuelan director/cinematographer. He came to the United States to attend the University of Miami where he studied Architecture. After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture, Carlos moved to Los Angeles to attend the American Film Institute where he received a Masters in Cinematography. While at A.F.I. he photographed the thesis film “Last Breeze of Summer” which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Live Action Short.
Carlos started his directing career in 2004 when he was given the opportunity to direct on the Nickelodeon show, 'The Brothers Garcia'. Since then he has gone on to direct on 'Unfabulous', Emma Roberts breakout show; the hit boy band show 'Big Time Rush'; the Peabody Award winninig show 'Switched at Birth' for Freeform; and the DGA Award winning show '100 Things To Do Before High School'. Most recently Carlos directed and was Consulting Producer on the 3-part Nickelodeon time travel miniseries 'Lost in the West', which premiered as the fourth most watched Basic Cable show over Labor Day weekend.
Carlos has also directed two human rights themed documentaries, "Children of the Clouds" and "Robbed of Truth", highlighting the plight of the people of the Western Sahara living in exile in Algerian refugee camps and under Moroccan occupation for the last 40 years.
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