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Carlos is a filmmaker with more than 10 years of experience. Strong professional skilled in Photography, Travel Photography, Non-linear Editing, Television series, and Advertising. He has produced and directed documentaries in different countries of Latin America and the Middle East on issues of human rights and social conflict for media such as Discovery Channel, The Intercept, and for United Nations agencies such as UNRWA, UNICEF, and UN Women. His documentary "Caravanas" for Discovery Channel has been nominated for an Emmy for "News and Documentary" in the category of Investigative Journalism in Spanish and The episode 'Canasta' of the series 'Las crónicas del taco' won in the category Program in location at The 2020 James Beard Media Awards. The last project he directed was "The Three Deaths of Marisela Escobedo" for Netflix.

During his work as a volunteer and a documentarian he encountered challenging social issues such as undercover filming of human-trafficking networks and child abuse in the red-light district of Kolkata, India; internally displaced peoples as a result of an earthquake in Nepal and promoting social development and providing educational frameworks in Myanmar.

He seeks to document stories that make him better understand his place in the world and share them. The documentary has the ability to move people. He says : "If you present your work honestly, this format has the ability to inspire".

He loves to get involved in everything he does, that is why at one point he may be talking about social injustices as the ingredients of the best Mexican taco.

Carlos Pérez