Carlos Gonzalez is a veteran staff photographer at the Star Tribune in Minneapolis. He has covered a wide range of assignments from local news and features to international stories. His work has been recognized with various honors including Pictures of the Year international and the National Press Photographers Association awards. Gonzalez has extensively covered the protests and unrest following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. He followed it up with a project about Floyd in his hometown of Houston, spending time in Third Ward neighborhood where he grew up with his friends and family members. Gonzalez’s work was part of the Star Tribune’s Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the police killing of Floyd.