Ramon is a producer and filmmaker with a photography and journalism background, and extensive experience working in the field. He started his career working on commercial television, and then specialized in documentary production, focusing on environmental and social subjects mainly in the Americas. He holds masters in Media Studies from The New School, and Politics from New York University; and has worked for international broadcasters, publications and organizations like Univision/ABC, Americas Quarterly, MSNBC, Interamerican Development Bank, Vocativ, Fusion, Semana, UNHCR, Avocats Sans Frontiers, and World Wildlife Fund.
Ramon worked as a senior producer on HBO's docs-series "Outpost" (2015-2016), and his multimedia documentary on the Syrian refugee crisis, "The New Promised Land", was nominated for a Gabriel García Marquez Journalism Award in 2016. His short documentary "The Holdouts", about the Colombian civil war, premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.
Recently, Ramon's 5-year-long photography project to document life in Colombia's war-torn Pacific region was featured by The New York Times.