About Ethan Morneau
As a 2019 graduate of Niagara College’s Broadcasting - Radio & Television Presentation program, I am excited to be further developing my career day after day. I held the position of Marketing Director for the college's 24/7 streaming radio station, CRNC The Heat. My on-camera experience includes the 2018 season of Inside Niagara, fulfilling the duties of News Anchor and Reporter, receiving two FRAT nominations for my work on the show. Other credits include Family Channel, YTV as well as numerous independent films. I am a "Best New Face" winner, voted by Paul Fisher and viewers of his TV series Remodelled on The CW. I was awarded "Pre-Teen Actor of the Year" at the 2010 IMTA in Los Angeles, with some of my training credits including: the renowned New York Film Academy, Armstrong Acting Studios, The Second City and The Shaw Festival.
On an entrepreneur front, I have vast experience in design, marketing and photography. As an award winning web designer, photographer and social media marketer, I have established myself as an emerging professional with my business ETHAN MORNEAU MEDIA. Attending Sheridan College's Bachelor of Photography program helped to develop my craft. With a rapidly growing portfolio and client base, I was selected the 2017 Reader's Choice Gold Award for "Best Graphic/Web Designer" in The Hamilton Spectator. I am extremely honoured to say that I am one of the youngest people to have ever won the award.
As for video production, I was the co-director and editor of VICTIMS, a short film that was nominated for a 2017 FRAT Award. It was also featured on the cover of the St. Catharines Standard, The Niagara Falls Review and various other media outlets in April 2017.
To see my work, I invite you to view my demos and experience. Feel free to get in touch and follow me on my social media accounts for the latest updates!
Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Had a great time co-hosting the 2018 Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade, which was LIVE November 17th at 11AM. Niagara College's BRTF program teamed up with YourTV Niagara (formally CogecoTV), broadcasting the parade to homes across the region. If you missed it, check out the LiveStream!