My Life Story
Carlos O. Hardy was born in Flint, MI. Hardy graduated from Ferris University in Big Rapids, Michigan and majored in Film, Writing and Television production. After graduation Hardy moved to Chicago, Illinois where he interned at Amoco productions. After a short stint as an intern, Hardy packed his bags and headed for California to pursue a career in writing for Film and Television. Hardy started his entertainment career as an Assistant with Warner Bros. Studios in 2000. Hardy worked behind the scenes on the television shows “Smallville” and “Bull” before breaking away to independently write, produce and director his very own short films and television projects. After leaving Warner Bros, in 2013 Hardy Co-wrote the sci-fi book series Volonians with then writing partner Christopher Edwards. In 2019 Hardy took a leap of faith and begin work on his own series entitled The B Gene, which he self-published on all online book retailers. In 2020 Hardy has completed his new project Bilan and the path to red stones and Why Boys are afraid of the dark. He is in the process of planning a 10 city tour in the summer of 2020 to promote his latest book and to create a buzz about the joy of reading amongst teens and young adults. In the last few years he has self-published four extraordinary fictional books. Hardy’s creativity is driven mostly by providing images and narratives to an under serviced segment of the population. It is his dream to partner with an agency that understand and supports his vision for crafting futuristic, and culturally diverse stories of empowerment. It is Hardy’s intention to create meaningful books that will inspire, compel and motivate a new generation of diverse storyteller.