Carles Carabí was born and raised in Barcelona. He studied telecommunications and worked for several years in companies of the sector. At the age of 22, he decided to move to Germany and start from scratch.
At that time, Carles already photographed with his first reflex camera his trips, friends as also bands and concerts.
After a few months abroad, the idea of studying photography and seek a life change began to take shape. A year and a half later, Carles Carabí returns to his hometown with a clear pourpose.
He returned to his professional career to finance his photography studies at the IEFC, in Barcelona. The idea of studying photography for learning and enjoying was is extremely stimulating.
Three years later and about to finish the last photography course, he decided to quit his work again. He began his adventure as a freelance assistant. Carles Carabí worked for dozens of international fashion and advertising photographers for the next 6 years.
He learned from great photographers with many different styles such as Daniel Riera, Simon Puschmann, Nadav Kander or Jean Yves Lemoigne among many others. In 2009, Carles Carabí began to combine his work as an assistant with his commissions as photographer.
Since then, he carried out his first projects but it will not be until the end of 2012 when he will decide to commit himself 100% to his photography.
In 2013, he shoots his first global campaign for the Qatar Foundation with several FCBarcelona players. A year later, Beats by Dre and Adidas commissioned international campaigns for the 2014 World Cup.
His passion for traveling, his desire to explore and his versatility as a photographer, have led him to travel around the world. He has worked with a variety of clients and renowned personalities.
He has photographed a long list of football and sports icons in general. From Leo Messi, Rio Ferdinan, Neymar or Zidane, to Craig Alexander or Marc Márquez among others
He has been commissioned by brands such as Adidas, Seat, Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Samsung or Vodafone. He has collaborated with publications such as Paper Magazine, ESPN or Traveler among others.