Sebastian ProothCo-Creator & Producer
Mathieu BlondinAudio Engineer
Sebastian Prooth is a Co-Creator and Executive Producer of Continuing Mission. He has had a hand in directing and producing all episodes of the series except “Earth”. Sebastian is a published writer, produced screenwriter and accomplished audio engineer. He loves Martin Scorsese films and watching cop dramas, is a lifetime Star Trek fan and works as a TV Producer in Los Angeles, California.
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Patrick gained the opportunity to work as a design assistant on the pilot for the hit TV series, Bablyon 5, and then later served as art department buyer for the beginning of that show’s sophomore season.
In 1994, he left Babylon 5 to enter the MFA directing program at LSU, where he had the opportunity to study under Barry Kyle, lifetime Associate Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company of London and Stratford, as well as John Dennis, who served for eight years as the Artistic Director of the Resident Ensemble of the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles.
Mathieu is native of Montreal, Quebec and now lives in Gatineau, Quebec. Works as a public servant for the Government of Canada as a SharePoint Developer. He is retired Captain of the Royal Canadian Air Force Reserve. Mathieu is a little league baseball umpire and won Top Umpire of the year in 2017 for the Province of Quebec.
As of season 2, Mathieu is Continuing Mission’s Audio Engineer. He has also worked on The Administration – episode 11, Ugly D.U.C.K.L.I.N.G., Small World episode 24 – Another Day, Star Trek: Excelsior and Doctor Who podcasts.
Andy is a Co-Creator of Star Trek: The Continuing Mission and served as Executive Producer for Season 1 of the show. He has a background in graphical and website design, IT Management as well as teaching.
Andy has been a long time fan of Star Trek since the 70′s and 80′s. He was instrumental in the script development and overall arc of Season 1.
As a lover of film and drama, when asked who has been an influence on his creative talents Andy ended up with the following list of alumni: Ronald D. Moore, George Lucas, Kevin Smith, David E. Kelly and Russell T. Davies.