An Emmy award-winning filmmaker, Ethan Vincent is a documentary storyteller with strong commercial sensibilities. He has produced, directed and shot over hundreds of short documentaries and commercial projects for clients ranging from LEGO to Sony Pictures Animation, Fuel TV to VW GTI, Clinique, Nivea, Generali, Hofer and Mormon.org.
Building on the documentary genre, Ethan is seasoned in capturing subjects with a spontaneous visual style and compelling authenticity and emotion. His skill sets range from producing to shooting to hands-on editorial.
The son of an opera singer, Ethan moved frequently within the United Stated. At the age of eight, his family relocated to Germany and finally, Austria. After completing his formal education along with two years at the University of Vienna, Ethan returned to the US to complete his BA in film (directing) in Utah.
Ethan’s recognition as an editor and storyteller began with his work on the documentary ‘Truth and Treason,’ the story of one of the youngest German Resistance Groups in WWII in Hamburg, Germany. In November 2003, Ethan was hired as an Associate Editor for Sony's first animated feature ‘Open Season.’ The following year, Ethan worked as the main film editor on two feature films, ‘Believe’ and ‘Everything You Want’ for ABC Family Channel.
Moving into the documentary genre, Ethan directed several docs for PBS affiliate stations, including ‘The Romney Code: The Life and Ethics of George W. Romney,’ which won a Regional Emmy in the Historical Documentary category. Ethan produced and directed ‘The Soul of Kalaupapa: voices of exile,’ the story of the last Hansen’s Disease (leprosy) patients on the island of Moloka'I, Hawai'i. ‘From the Heart’ captures the rise of innovative Healthcare in India and the Cayman islands. His most recent documentaries, ‘The Journey’ and ‘Measured Outcomes’ follow innovative value-based healthcare stories in Germany, Sweden, Boston and Minneapolis.
A world traveler, Ethan currently resides in Vienna, Austria with his wife and four kids.