Mikael Trench

Follow
Location
Los Angeles, California
School
Savannah College Of Art And Design
Expertise
Movies, Animation, TV
  • Mikael Trench has been writing in entertainment for over seven years, working for award-winning publications in both print and online including VOX ATL, SCAD Connector, and SCAN Magazine.
  • He has professionally interviewed numerous industry talent, including Michael B. Jordan, Barry Jenkins, Storm Reid, Colman Domingo, the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, Maya Erskine, several artists from Pixar, and more.
  • Mikael has won numerous state and national awards for his work, including winning 1st Place for Best Review Georgia College Press Association Award in 2019, 2020 (where he swept the competition by also winning second and third place), and 2021, a 2019 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Digital Awards Certificate of Merit, and the 2020 1st Place College Media Association Nationwide Pinnacle Awards Best Arts and Entertainment Story.

Experience

Mikael Trench has been a professional entertainment writer for over seven years. Since his college years, he has become involved in entertainment writing and multimedia creation with various online and print platforms, including VOX ATL and the SCAD Connector. Mikael has used these opportunities to inform himself and others on the industry and trends, with a love for tackling all subjects related to film from in-depth reviews, news, and interviews with talents of all kinds, including Michael B. Jordan, Barry Jenkins, Colman Domingo, several artists from Pixar, and many more. His passion for filmmaking and the craft of the art form has driven Mikael ever since and earned him numerous accolades, including winning 1st Place Georgia College Press Association for Best Entertainment Review/Story three years in a row and the 2020 1st Place College Media Association Nationwide Pinnacle Awards for Best Arts and Entertainment Story.

Education

Mikael Trench attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he attained a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Animation and created the award-winning stop motion short film "To Love a Ladybug." His education gives him a unique perspective on the industry, where the experience he gained as a filmmaker fuels his passion to learn more about the entertainment field as a whole and educate others around him.
Stories By Mikael Trench