Robert Osborne is the Senior Producer of Dam Builder Productions.  He brings to the table more than 30 years of working in long format television.  For much of that time he was an investigative journalist working for CTV, CBC and Global Television.  In 2012 Robert changed course and began to work exclusively in the field of documentaries--combining his experience as a journalist with new expertise he acquired as a Director, Producer and Writer.  The amalgamation of those skills have led to a pair of well regarded investigative documentaries. He is currently working on a third.  Robert has won more than half a dozen RTNDA Awards, a CAJ Award and an Award of Merit from the Governor General.  He has been nominated several times for Gemini awards and been part of a team that won two.  In 2012 he was nominated for a CSA Award for Unlocking Alex.  In 2018 he won a CSA for best writing in a documentary.

Documentary Highlights:

Havana Syndrome, CBC, 2020

The Third Dive, CBC, 2018

Unstoppable, CBC, 2016

Mine Quest, Discovery, 2016

Boundless, 2014

Up In the Air, CBC, 2014

Unlocking Alex, CTV, 2012

Haiti’s Armageddon, CTV, 2010

Beyond Justice, CTV, 2009

Murders in Mexico, CTV, 2007

Heart of Darkness, CTV, 2005

Silent Alarms, CTV, 2000

Back to the Future, Global, 1993

A side project that I've been involved with for the past two years has been writing a book about my investigation into the untimely passing of environmentalist and filmmaker Rob Stewart.  It was a great opportunity to take a great deal of material that hadn't made the documentary and weave it into the book's narration.  Due to be published by Rocky Mountain Books in early October 2020.