Ralph Brown is president and CEO of Waterfront Productions Inc.
specializing in high quality HD video acquisition, production and post-production services as well as creative photography.

President of Strong Road.

Ralph built a solid career at the CBC, working for over 24 years as a Senior Special Effects Coordinator. He worked on numerous productions including the Canadian Sesame Street, The Friendly Giant, Music Specials, and Movies of the week, a series, “For the Record”, Street Legal and others, including Toller Cranston Specials, and The Royal Canadian Air Farce for 7 years. In 1985 he was awarded the “Anik” award for special effects.

Ralph is Métis and a proud member of Métis Nation Ontario, the telling of Métis and First Nation Stories is what drives much of his work. Ralph has contributed to HIV/AIDS and Diabetes awareness by producing health-training films for the Aboriginal community. He has also produced documentaries about First Nations Communities and their history.

Ralph produced and was the Cinematographer for Kitohcikew “one who makes music” for APTN. The show won Best music television show for 2008 at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

Ralph  directed and was cinematographer for the 2008/2009 Aboriginal Achievement Foundation.

Directing and shooting 14 short biographies, and a 90 sec “honorees statement” insert for the broadcast.

Through Strong Road productions Ralph produced a two-hour high quality 8 camera Aboriginal music showcase that was screened across Canada in 40 Cineplex Odeon Theaters. A full five episode series of this project has been sold to NITV in Australia.

Currently completing a six x 22 min series for APTN called All Our Relations. For broadcast this Fall.