Ricardo Ramos is an Associate Producer in unscripted television that is learning each day how to become stronger and more adaptable in his craft. He has a bachelor's of science in Film and a master’s of science in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University and is an active member of the Producers Guild of America.
Originally from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, he discovered a passion for art in the form of film. Movies such as "Jurassic Park," "Titanic," and "X-Men" inspired him to pursue a career in the film industry. Later in his teenage years, he was influenced by the work of Alejandro González Iñárritu and Darren Aronofsky.
Ricardo relocated to Los Angeles in August of 2013 and has remained active ever since. His latest credits include “Lords of the Car Hoards 2” for Discovery, “Basketball Moms” for WE, and "Tiny & Shekinah's Weave Trip" for VH1.
He has also created original content that includes a feature-length documentary about the drug-related violence in his hometown titled "Vicissitude" and an instructional video for a start-up app called "LightsUp."
"I like to collaborate on projects that teach, inspire, open minds, and create dialogue among viewers," is Ricardo's motto.