Carlos first joined Evidence Design in November 2007, lending his unique design approach to Science Storms at the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, the Dinosaur Halls at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County. In 2010, he accepted a Fulbright Scholarship to study at Kingston University in London, where he developed a Communication Toolkit to assist doctors and patients in multicultural contexts. Recently Carlos returned to EVD and has worked on Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code and the new Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center at the California Science Center.
Previously, Carlos provided environmental design for The Poets House and the World Hunger Action Center in New York, and exhibit design for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland and the Skyscraper Exhibition at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City. Before moving to the United States, Carlos had his own firm in Santiago, Chile, which designed and installed art, photography and media exhibits and live magazines.
Carlos’ projects as a sculptor and installation artist have received international recognition. In September 2004, he created three acrylic apple sculptures for the Big Apple Fest, a public art project in New York City sponsored by Verizon, Virgin Atlantic and NY City Harvest. Most recently, Carlos was a finalist in the design contest “FIAT 500.” Carlos’s sculptures, multimedia pieces, drawings and books have been shown in museums and galleries in Chile, Portugal and Massachusetts.
Carlos received a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design from Universidad Tecnologica Metropolitana and studied Visual Arts at Universidad Metropolitana de las Ciencias de la Educacion, both in Santiago, Chile.