(written from a Production point of view)
Moreau graduated with a BFA in Illustration from the Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York in 2002 and with a MFA in Production Design from the American Film Institute in 2006. During this time he worked as art intern on the family comedy When Zachary Beaver Came to Town (2003), as production designer on the short projects Fear and Trembling (2003), Loveholstery (2004), and Four Corners (2006, stunt coordination by Erik Cord) and on the comedy Severance (2005), and as art department assistant on the drama The Good German (2006, with Leland Orser, Don Pugsley, and J. Paul Boehmer).
The next years, Moreau worked as set designer on the television series American Heiress (2007, starring Marshall R. Teague), Wicked Wicked Games (2006-2007), Saints & Sinners (2007), Moonlight (2008), and Eleventh Hour (2008, produced by André Bormanis). He also worked as set designer for Beat Frutiger on 2008 and 2009 commercials for Apple's iPhone.
Projects as concept artist and set designer include the animated family movie A Christmas Carol (2009), Tim Burton's fantasy film Alice in Wonderland (2010, with Joel Swetow and Frank Welker and production design by Robert Stromberg), the action comedy Knight and Day (2010), the animated adventure Mars Needs Moms (2011), the comedy sequel The Hangover Part II (2011, with Michael Berry, Jr.), the science fiction drama Real Steel (2011), Steven Spielberg's animated film The Adventures of Tintin (2011), the drama J. Edgar (2011), the comedy Rock of Ages (2012), the comic adaptations Iron Man 3 (2013, with William Sadler, Miguel Ferrer, Mike Massa, Sala Baker, Fernando Chien, and Spencer Garrett, produced by Stan Lee, and music by Brian Tyler) and Man of Steel (2013), and the fantasy drama 47 Ronin (2013).
Moreau received two Excellence in Production Design Award nominations in the category Fantasy Film. In 2011 for his work on Alice in Wonderland, shared with Gregory Jein, Jeff Frost, Daphne Yap, Steven Messing, Jim Martin, Dawn Brown, Anne Porter, Jeff Markwith, Tammy S. Lee, Richard F. Mays, C. Scott Baker, Scott Herbertson, Kasra Farahani, and Robert Stromberg, and in 2012 for The Adventures of Tintin, shared with Gregory Jein and Tony Bohorquez.
More recently, he worked as set designer on the sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014, executive produced by Stan Lee and art direction by Steve Christensen, Beat Frutiger, and Gary Kosko) and as concept artist on the action film Spectral (2016, starring Bruce Greenwood, art coordination by Andrea Carter, and concept illustrations by Christopher S. Ross).