Victor Ramos is an American writer and director of feature films, radio broadcasts, documentaries and television programming. He is the executive producer for the nationally televised show called Golfing The World, a travel show airing on Fox Sports Net and Comcast Sports Net. He has served as a camera operator for New England based sports teams like the Pawtucket Redsox, the Providence Friars, the New England Revolution and the Boston Breakers. He has also worked as the "pit" camera operator for major concerts and events at the Dunkin Donuts Center that include Mariah Carey, Shaggy, Fat Joe and comedian Dane Cook's stand up concert at the Ryan Center. He is also very passionate about working with youth and parents. His media-based program, The Lights-Cameras-Advocacy Project (LCAP), cultivates partnerships that help disenfranchised and under-served youth reconnect to educational facilities and community resources. He has presented at high schools throughout New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts and at national conferences like the CADCA National Conference in Washington, DC and the Access To Youth National Conference in Seattle, Washington. His debut feature-film La Guagua (The Bus) sold out its opening night at the Providence Latin American Film Festival, sold out at the historic Columbus Theater and went on to sell out at the historic Trail Theater in Miami. Victor has since appeared on several news and entertainment shows that include The Rhode Show -Providence, Centro for CBS News in Boston and Un Nuevo Dia for Telemundo in New York.
Victor was nominated for the 2014 Silver Bowl Leadership Award by Quisqueya In Action and served as a panelist at the regional arts training workshop presented by the National Association for Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) in Providence. He received the award for Outstanding Contribution to Dominican Art from the Dominican Independence and Heritage Award Committee of Rhode Island and a special recognition for his contribution to Latino Arts from Governor Gina Raimondo.