Carl is an Emmy winning and BAFTA nominated director and producer.
With a track record of visually distinctive and emotionally powerful films, he consistently makes bold and thought-provoking work that finds moments of stillness and beauty in a chaotic and fragmented world.
His most recent credits include; 'Mark Ronson: From the Heart,' an intimate feature doc about the Grammy winning producer for BBC / YouTube Originals, and 'Azimuth: East Meets West,' the story of electronic music pioneer Jean Michel Jarre and his journey to the desert of North West Arabia.
'Running in North Korea', an exploration of sporting culture in the DPRK, won a WEBBY nomination in 2020 while the 'The 7/7 Bombings' for ITV received a BAFTA nomination in 2017.
As a show runner he helped define the editorial direction and shape the look of high-profile series, including; 'The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann' for Netflix and 'Rock & Roll' for Sky Arts.
From landmark series like 'Simon Schama's Power of Art' to true-crime drama-docs 'Locked Up Abroad' and 'Gangland Undercover', Carl's work has garnered industry awards and critical acclaim.
His documentary 'Pump Up The Volume,' named one of the top-ten music documentaries by The Guardian, remains the definitive history of house music.