Carlos H. Lozano was born in South Colombia. He graduated from Universidad Autonoma of Cali where he studied Social-Journalism Communication (1988-1993). For his graduate thesis he wrote an analysis of the composition and content of the press photography. His first jobs as press photographer were in the Ninetien working for local newspapers in Colombia. He begins working with EL TIEMPO newspaper (1993-97), where he works on a daily basis registering the anxious informed life of Colombia, beginning a long cycle of documentary photography and denunciation.
He moves to Ecuador in 1997 to work at EXPRESO Newspaper in Guayaquil as a Photo Editor. He returns to Colombia in 1999 to work in EL ESPECTADOR Newspaper as a Photo Editor. He returns to Colombia and then moved to United States where he continues his trajectory as press photographer for EL NUEVO DIA Newspaper in Orlando, Florida (2003-2006). He was a freelance contributing journalist in West Texas and Austin, for Hispanic weekly newspapers. (2007 - 2014).
In the United States, he received eight JOSE MARTI Awards for his work, through the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP). Five Gold Awards, in photography community and special report, respectively. Two silver prizes, (in photography and another special report) and a bronze prize in cultural photography.
Carlos H. has received several recognition's in Colombia for his work as a photographer. In 1994 in the city of Cali he is granted, through Prize Bonilla Aragon, a special mention in photography and the following year a mention of honor by his photographic work. The Colombian organization of the National Prize of Simon Bolivar Journalism nominated him as the best photography during the years 1995 and 1996.