My name is Luis Carballo. In 1997 I started my professional career in journalism. At that moment began an adventure that took me around the world. Thanks to my work on an international television network, I was able to cover events such as the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, the Egyptian revolution in 2011, the wars between Israel and Hamas, the visit of Pope Francis to Holy Land and the funerals of Ariel Sharon and Hugo Chavez. Afterwards, in 2015, my report in Nigeria on Boko Haram was selected for the Emmy Awards. For years I have worked in front of the camera as a reporter, presenter and interviewer, but also a lot behind it, because I have been producing reports and documentaries on a free-lance basis for a long time. In addition, in January 2018 I co-founded the video production company Imagène Productions in France. I do all kinds of video production, journalistic or commercial, for a wide range of clients: media, institutions, NGO and companies. Besides, I shoot and edit all my work with my own professional equipment and the know-how from two decades of experience in TV. Restless by nature, I’ve also been a professional photographer since the 1990s. At the end of 2001 I created in Barcelona, together with the French photographer, Jean Pierre Porcher, the photo agency, Gran Angular.
Live coverage in French of a supposed terrorist attack in Lyon on November 2020.
Piece to camera for the Spanish tv channel, Telemadrid
News package and piece to camera for the Spanish division of Voice of America.
A report produced for the news service of RT France.
Another mini-documentary produced for CGTN during the Covid-19 pandemics. Spanish army takes action in 'war' against virus
A rmini documentary produced for the CGTN Global Guardians series during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemics.
A job from Lyon for Business Insider. Europe's only skywriter, Walter Dintinger In his fighter jet, French skywriter Walter Dintinger creates art among the clouds that can be seen for miles.
Gilet Jaune blocage, Lyon
Bocuse d'or 2019
Jerusalem. 2001. Palestinian arrested in the Old City.
Haiti. Port au Prince. 2010. The earthquake.
Egypt. Cairo. 2011. Tahrir Square
Nigeria. Malam Fatori. Chasing Boko Haram.
Music Clip. "Roses"
"Nostalgie de la Boue" photo exhibition. "Avec un appareil photo de la Grande Guerre, Nostalgie de la boue explore la manière dont des gens qui font des reconstitutions historiques, tentent de sauvegarder la mémoire collective en France, un siècle après la fin de la guerre. Leurs reconstitutions sont réalisées avec minutie. Ils se basent sur des textes et photos d’époque, avec l’obsession de rendre compte dans les moindres détails du quotidien des combats."
REPORT: The exorcist TRAILER
DOCUMENTAIRE-Lumière, un festival pas comme les autres
France Mayhem in Lyon as 15,000 Yellow Vests hit the streets
BBC Lyon’s secret labyrinth an ingenious escape route