Born in Haiti, moved to New York with his family at the age of 15. He served honorably in the U.S. Air Force (active duty & Reserves) for more than 5 years. He pursued a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and International Business at Florida International University.
After a successful career in the financial markets for 16 years, Carl ended his vocation on “Wall Street” as a Senior Financial Consultant at Merryl Lynch and decided to apply his experience and acumen in international consulting.
As an international consultant, he worked with the transition government under the leadership of Prime Minister Gérard Latortue. One of his first duties was to organize, along with other Consultants, the “Game for Peace” between the Brazilian and Haitian national soccer teams. This game remains one of the most successful events supported by FIFA. Carl negotiated with community leaders in the infamous slums of Cité Soleil where he introduced various programs such as The Integration for Social and Economic Development. As senior consultant, Carl participated in the conception and implementation of the Programme de Déconcentration de Port-au-Prince introduced by the “Ministère de l’ Intérieur & des Collectivités Territoriales”.
Carl is internationally celebrated for his artworks. He exhibited his works in Mexico by special invitation from Haitian Ambassador in Mexico City. His artworks have also been shown in Cayenne (formerly French Guyana) again, by special invitation, including many more. Carl’s admirers consider him the best Haitian Portrait artist of our generation. His critics revere him as the Haitian artist who captures the “Sensuality of the Haitian Woman” like no other.