Colin Trevorrow is an American screenwriter, producer and a film director, best known for directing the blockbuster film titled Jurassic World. Born into a family with a musician father and a photographer mother, he became interested in the art world when he was a kid. Since his teenage years, he had been making short films, also winning awards and accolades at a few local film festivals. Following his high school graduation, he enrolled into New York’s Tisch School of the Arts, from where he took professional training in filmmaking. He graduated in 1999 and in 2002, he released his debut professional short film titled Home Base. Over time, he began writing feature film scripts along with his co-writer, Derek Connolly, and wrote a few scripts that remained unmade. In 2012, came the big break of his career when his debut feature film Safety Not Guaranteed premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and met with a critical acclaim. He was then hired to direct the big budget film titled Jurassic World, produced by Steven Spielberg. He later directed the film titled The Book of Henry, and is all set to direct the Jurassic World sequel film titled Jurassic World: Dominion.