Carlos is a creative obsessed with brands, music, movies, family and food. He is one of the only three Colombian jurors in the whole history of London’s D&AD, and was part of the Promo & Activation Jury at Cannes Lions in 2016. He has had a decorated career winning more than 230 awards including 22 Lions at Cannes (including one Titanium & one Innovation Grand Prix), one Black Pencil at D&AD, and the Designism award at the Art Directors Club of New York. In addition to this, Carlos is the co-creator of the only Colombian campaign present in the Cannes Lions’ Game Changers book.
He’s been part of the Lowe & Partners network throughout his whole career. He started as a copywriter trainee at Lowe SSP3, where he became an Art Director the next year and Creative Director two years later. In 2014 he was transferred to DLKW Lowe London to work as a Senior Art Director. Nowadays, Carlos is the Chief Creative Officer of MullenLowe Group in Bogotá. Since he took this the position, MullenLowe SSP3 has firmly established itself as the most creative agency of the MullenLowe Group network in Latin America, and second overall globally, winning Agency of the Year at Festival El Dorado in 2017, and ranked fifth most effective creative agency in Latin America by WARC in 2017.
Having learnt English from Guy Ritchie movies and Kanye West songs, Carlos has a special love for sneakers, noodles, lists, Frank Sinatra’s music and Alec Monopoly’s art. His dog is called Atreyu, from a character of The Never Ending Story and a popular 2000’s metal band he used to like when he was a teenager.
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