Trina Calderón is a journalist, author, screenwriter, and copywriter from Los Angeles. Her strengths are collaborating with creative executives to conceptualize and write projects that are original, intelligent, and commercial. She works with a variety of clients developing and writing editorial and marketing materials for traditional needs as well as others engaged in a more progressive approach toward brand building and media outreach.

Trina writes articles, short stories, essays, feature film screenplays, TV pilot scripts, and highly sought after art books. She co-executive produced BBC America's The Nerdist TV show and co-wrote the 2014 ALMA Awards, which aired on prime-time MSNBC. She drafts unique copy for brand culture, creative websites, press releases, and artist bios. Her appreciation and specialized knowledge of graffiti can be read in WALL WRITERS, and the biography, RISK: OLD HABITS DIE HARD.

Inspired by the Beat writers, Gonzo journalism, the Riot Grrrls, and hip hop, she's actively using her writing to communicate with the world.