Carlos lives in Pasadena, CA. Grew up in Los Angeles, CA and Phoenix, AZ. Carlos is currently Managing Editor of Arts & Life for the Stanford Daily and the Film/TV Editor for the Stanford Arts Review; he writes film, music, and arts criticism for both. He also works as a Desk Assistant at the Media & Microtext Center in the basement of Green Library; come on down, if you want some movie recommendations, or just to watch a movie!
Quick list of some of Carlos’s favorite movies: “A Hard Day’s Night” (the Beatles movie; favorite of all time), “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg”, “City Lights” by Charlie Chaplin, “Spirited Away”, “Silver Linings Playbook”, “Boyhood”, “A Woman Under the Influence” by John Cassavetes, the 50s Looney Tunes shorts by Chuck Jones, “Killer of Sheep”, and “The Graduate”.
Photographed on University Avenue in Palo Alto on June 7, 2016.