Carlos starts studying drawing in Buenos Aires with the multimedia artist Margarita Paksa.
Transferred to the United States, he continued his studies at the Visual Art Center, N.J. and the Art Students League in New York exploring the use of pastel and charcoal for the representation of the human figure.
Later he moved to Paris and attended the Atelier Art Medium participating at internships at the Louvre dedicated to classical figures, architectural ruins and the study of the great masters.
In 2010 Carlos opens his first atelier in Italy, in Umbria, where he mainly works with pastel while using watercolor, ink and acrylic mainly as support materials. He begins to collaborate with some galleries including Franziska Berger Studio Gallery in Perugia, the gallery ART G.A.P. in Rome and in several other locations throughout Italy.
From 2016 he lives and works in Milan where he increased the use of watercolors in most of his paintings.
His works are found in private collections in Italy, France, Spain, United Kingdom, the United States, Argentina, Mexico and India.