Born In Bogota (Colombia), Charlotte is a multicultural French queer cinematographer who trained her eye starting age 14 with analogue photography at the Fine Art School of Arlon (Belgium), followed by a B.A specialization in cinematography at ESCAC (Barcelona, Spain) complemented by the M.F.A program in cinematography at FAMU (Prague, Czech Republic).
Her narrative works includes A Perro Flaco, her thesis film shot on 35mm and directed by Laura Ferres, which was premiered at the 59º SEMINCI – Valladolid International Film Festival (Spain) and was an official selection at the 55º FICCI – Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (Colombia), and the 39º Montreal World Film Festival – Festival des Films du Monde de Montréal (Canada). Zenith, directed by Ellie Foumbi, was short listed for the 44th Student Academy Awards (USA) and a nominee for best short film at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2018 (Nigeria). Levittown, a Groupe de Recherches et d'Essais Cinematographiques (GREC) experimental short film, directed by Nelson Bourrec Carter, world premiered at the Belfort Entrevues Film Festival (France) and official selection at the New Directors, New Films festival at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and MoMa in New York (USA).
Her most recent work and first feature film Fairytale, directed by Eli Hershko, was premiered at the Beverly Hills Film Festival (USA), and got awarded for best director and best actress in a feature film.
Her commercial work includes clients like Chipotle, MasterCard.
She is a member of CinematographersXX and ICFC.