CARLOS PEDRAZA is a Seattle-based screenwriter and a producer for Blue Seraph Productions in Los Angeles.
He was co-executive producer of the Hugo- and Nebula-nominated Star Trek: Phase II from 2005 to 2009. Previously, he was the staff writer and one of the producers of Star Trek: Hidden Frontier, the Web’s longest-running series. Over the course of four seasons, he wrote 13 of that series’ 50 episodes, and charted the storylines for the final two seasons.
David Gerrold, writer of Star Trek’s most popular episode, “The Trouble with Tribbles,” authorized Carlos to rewrite his famous unproduced Star Trek: The Next Generation script, “Blood and Fire.” The first part of the episode was released in 2008; the second was released in November 2009.
WRITER-PRODUCER Carlos is also a writer-producer for Runic Films’ Web series eScape: Reboot and Zerks’ Log (co-productions with MovieQuest Productions and Storyforge Labs, respectively).
Carlos’ work has been featured in Variety, NBC’s Today Show, Countdown on MSNBC, ABC News, the Columbia News Service, the BBC and the New York Times.
Carlos is a former Associated Press writer, deputy press secretary for the Governor of Washington, teacher, consultant and trainer for nonprofit organizations throughout the United States.
Carlos has previously appeared as a guest of honor at the Arisia and Gaylaxicon conventions in Boston, as a guest at the SF Ball in England, BayCon in the San Francisco Bay Area for three years, and as a Featured Guest at Dragon*Con every year since 2005.
Carlos has a B.A. in journalism and history from the University of Montana, and did his graduate work in education at the University of Southern Maine.