Alan Gregg is VP, Development at Industrial Brothers studio in Toronto where he oversees the company’s diverse development slate. With over 20 years’ experience in the film & television industry, Gregg has worked across a broad range of disciplines including creative development, writing and story-editing, production, distribution and broadcasting. Gregg has worked for some of the top children’s entertainment companies including YTV, Alliance Atlantis, Brown Bag Films, Teletoon Canada and Mercury Filmworks.
Before joining Industrial Brothers full-time in 2016, he was Executive Story Editor on Wandering Wenda – an animated adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s book – for Breakthrough Entertainment and wrote multiple episodes of Mansour for Cartoon Network Studios (Abu Dhabi). Gregg has written extensively for children’s TV with past credits including Henry’s World (Family), Lunar Jim (CBC/CBeebies), Dragon Booster (CBC/Disney XD), Justin Time (Family, Sprout), Zerby Derby (TVO) as well as on the preschool show Dot, created by Randi Zuckerberg and produced by Industrial Brothers. Awards include 2005 Gemini for Best Animated Program (Dragon Booster), 2014 Canadian Screen Award and Annie Award for Best Preschool Program (Justin Time) and a YMA award in 2003 for Henry’s World. Justin Time was also nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2013.