Humberto Carlos Guida is a writer, journalist, and producer.
His Gonzo-style story-telling can be found in a variety of magazines, the web, and broadcast television programs. From underground art and alternative lifestyle, to the socio-political state of mind among Millennials and Gen-Xers, Humberto often explores the nefarious corners of American culture, from the pop to the esoteric.
As a boy, Humberto wanted to do something noble with his life like rally the world against evil and injustice. But after getting hooked on books and docs he pursued changing the world through media and entertainment instead. Born to a manic-yet-supportive family of Cuban refugees, and raised in the diverse cultural landscape of Miami, Humberto went on to graduate from FIU with a surprisingly useful degree in Journalism.
As a journalist, the Miami native got his start as an award-winning staff writer for the Miami New Times. An opportunity to produce content for multiple television shows on NBC Universal’s bi-lingual network Mun2, brought him to Los Angeles. Currently, Humberto splits his time as producer and host of LATV’s flagship show The Zoo and the nationally syndicated LatiNation.