Colin James Grubb (born 9 January 1960) is an Australian television producer, director and script writer. He is best known as the creator and executive producer of ABC television series Collectors.. Colin Grubb has also served as television producer and director of ABC TV series Gardening Australia
He also directed a number of award winning arts documentaries for ABC TV. Ravel’s Mother Goose won the New York Festival’s Gold World Medal. It also won an Australian Cinematographers Society's Gold Tripod Award. His documentary Focus exploring Stan Getz's jazz masterpiece also won an Australian Cinematographers Society's Gold Tripod Award for best cinematography for a documentary.
In the 1990s Colin was based in Washington DC, producing prime-time documentaries for the Discovery Channel. He wrote, produced and directed The X- Planes, a 13 part series about experimental aircraft, the award winning series Choppers - A History of the Helicopter, which followed the development of the helicopter and Wings of the Luftwaffe, a major series on German aircraft of WW2.
Colin was a Board Director of Screen Tasmania from 2002-2013, the Tasmanian Government's agency responsible for fostering, developing and supporting screen-based industries in Tasmania.
Colin Grubb is the brother of Australian actor Robert Grubb and the partner of former Australian senator Lisa Singh.
- "Collectors". Collectors.
- "Gardening Australia". Gardening Australia.
- "Screen Tasmania". Screen Tasmania.
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