Brian Grant has been Producing & Directing since 1980.

After reading for a degree in Fine Art at University College London, as well as studying photography, Brian began his career as a cameraman at Elstree Studios.

He became a director and during the 80‘s made over 200 music videos and commercials  with his own company MGMM Productions.

In 1990, he secured a first look deal with Universal Studios in Los Angles, where he directed a number of high profile TV films and Mini Series and was nominated for an Emmy in 1991 for “Sweet Poison”

Returning to the UK in 2001, he teamed up with Producer Julian Murphy and co-created the acclaimed teenage drama “As If” for Channel 4.

After directing and producing an American version of “As If” he went on to direct a BAFTA award winning “Clocking Off” for the BBC.

Subsequent credits include “Dr. Who”, “Hex”, “Sinchronicity”, “Party Animals” “Life Is Wild” and “Britannia High” for ITV, which he also Produced.

In 2011 he Produced and Directed “Project Lotus”, a music documentary charting the formation of the worlds first Pan Asian Girlband. The documentary was shot in China, India, Japan, Korea and the Philippines. The first single from “Blush” featuring Snoop Dogg, became a US number one record in 2012.

Also in 2011, he directed the high profile, action adventure series “Sinbad” for Impossible Pictures & Sky, which aired in August 2012.

In 2012 Sky Arts broadcast “Video Killed The Radio Star” A  programme about the iconic music videos Brian created, during the golden age of music videos in the 1980’s.

He directed numerous episodes of “New Tricks” the last of which aired in August 2015.

He was the Lead Director on the “Worst Witch” for Netflix and the BBC, directing three episodes adapted from the best selling book by Jill Murphy.

He also directed two episodes of the hit BBC 1 series “Our Girl” in Malaysia in 2018

He is presently in post-productionon another series of “Video Killed The Radio Star” for Sky Arts.