Trina Calderón is a writer and producer from Los Angeles. Her strengths are collaborating with creative executives to conceptualize and produce projects that are original, intelligent, and commercial.
She writes articles, essays, short stories, film/TV/web screenplays, and has contributed to highly sought after art subculture books. Trina co-executive produced BBC America's The Nerdist TV show and co-wrote the 2014 ALMA Awards, which aired on prime-time MSNBC. She researched and wrote the groundbreaking exhibit PUMP ME UP: D.C. subcultures of the 1980's, which showed at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in spring 2013.
Inspired by the Beat writers, skateboarding, graffiti, Gonzo journalism, gardening, and music, Trina creates to connect and communicate with people everywhere.