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Bragi F. Schut Jr. is a writer and director living in Los Angeles who has written projects for Sony, Universal, MGM, Relativity, Syfy, and CBS among many other film and television companies.

He wrote the eighth and ninth seasons along with the Hageman Brothers. He is the lead writer of the show from the tenth season onwards.

He is the executive producer and the story editor for the show from the eleventh season onwards.


Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

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Season 8: Sons of Garmadon
Season 9: Hunted
Season 10: March of the Oni
Season 11: Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu
Season 12: Prime Empire
Season 13: Master of the Mountain
The Island
Season 14: Seabound

Executive Producer

Story Editor


  • He was originally invited on the show to help the Hageman Brothers, who he was already friends with.[1]
  • When asked about his favorite season, he stated, "That’s a tough question. There are elements in every season that I’m proud of, but I am particularly proud of Master of the Mountain and Seabound. I also loved writing the final episode of the Ice Chapter. Hm… tough question."[2] He also stated there is "a lot of fun stuff in the current season though I can’t discuss."[3] Of the pre-WildBrain seasons, "Hunted was a blast" and "a fun season to write", while of the seasons before he worked on the show, he particularly enjoyed Tournament of Elements.[4]
  • When asked about his favorite elemental power, he said, "If I was a Ninja, I would want Nya’s power, because I love water. But it’s also one of the most powerful forces, so I’d be a little nervous about it."[5]




Adam Beechen · Alisha Brophy · Andrew Chesworth · Ben Marsaud · Bragi Schut · Brian Ellis · Chato Hill · Chris Wyatt · David Shayne · Frank Gibson · Greg Farshtey · The Hageman Brothers · Jack Rizzo · Jack Thomas · Jan Dinter · Jeppe Sandholt · John Behnke · Jordan Dunn · Kevin Burke · Mark Lester · Michael Kvamme · Mikkel Okholm · Noelle Raffaele · Scott Miles · Steven Wilson · Ridd Sorensen · Ryan Estabrooks · Ryan Levin · Tommy Andreasen · Tracey West · Tri Vuong · William Thorogood


Adam Wood · Anne-Marie Solling Kristensen · Asa Tait · Ashley Lynch · Benjamin Brokop · Clint Gamble · Daniel Ife · Emma Hjulmand Nielsen · Frederik Budolph-Larsen · J. Rick Castañeda · Jennifer Guglielmucci · Joel Salasay · Juan Franzius · Justin Murphy · Kenneth Bonde · Kristian Haskjold · Laura Reich · Mads Buch · Martin Skov · Michael Helmuth Hansen · Peter Dodd · Peter Hausner · Rene Madsen · Rich Johnson · Rolf Krarup · Rolf Rolf · Shane Poettcker · Shaofu Zhang · Timothy Ostergaard Paulsen · Trylle Vilstrup · Wade Cross

Set designers

Adrian Florea · Cerim Manovi · Christopher Stamp · Dimitrios Stamatis · Djordje Djordjevic · Freddy Charters · Jme Wheeler · Lars Joe · LiYu Lin · Mark Stafford · Markus Rollbühler · Michael Knap · Niek van Slagmaat · Nick Vás · Raphael Pretesacque · Samuel Johnson · Simon Lucas · Theo Bonner

Movie crew members

Annie Beauchamp · Bob Logan · Charlie Bean · Dan Lin · David Burrows · Fiona Chilton · Garret Elkins · Jared Stern · Jesse Goldsmith · Jennifer Stellema · Jialing Danni Zhang · John Whittington · Magali Rigaudias · Mark J. Gillins · Mary Hidalgo · Natalie Wetzig · Noël Brydebell · Paul Fisher · Phil Lord and Christopher Miller · Roy Lee · Ryan Folsey · Samantha Nisenbolm · Tom Wheeler · Viola Baier · Will Allegra · William Wheeler · Yoriaki Mochizuki


The Fold · Jeppe Riddervold · Jay Vincent · Jeff Lewis · Joshua Bartholomew · Mark Mothersbaugh · Michael Kramer · Oh, Hush!


Erik Wilstrup · J. Jesús Fernández · Joshua Deck · Kenny Ng · Lachlan Jansen · Nelson LaMonica · Scott Godon-Decoteau · Tommy Kalmar · Uday Kataria