Sampson William Francis Collins (born in London on September 21, 1982) is an English journalist, author and film-maker. He is best known as the producer, co-director and co-writer of the award-winning documentary Death of a Gentleman, about corruption in the administration of cricket.

Death of a Gentleman was awarded Best Documentary at the prestigious Sports Journalism Awards in February 2016, beating off a strong shortlist including the highly commended Catch Me If You Can (a BBC Panorama investigation into allegations of doping in athletics), and One Day in May (BT Sport's story of the Bradford City fire).[2]