Bee Charmer Productions is a full-service audio and video production company based in Toronto, Canada, with team members and clients all over the world. As well as undertaking various audio and video projects on behalf of a wide range of clients, BCP actively develops original productions for the screen and web. To discover more about BCP’s projects, check out our portfolio page. To get in touch with us to discuss possible opportunities, visit our contact page.
Bee Charmer Productions is headed up by Director, Writer, Editor Regan Latimer who assembles a bespoke team of complementary talented individuals to meet the challenges of each project.
About Regan Latimer
Regan is Executive Producer and Creative Director at Bee Charmer Productions, a Toronto-based production company she established in 2006. Skilled across both creative and technical disciplines, and with over 11 years of experience directing, writing, editing and producing projects, Regan’s credits include editing Emmy award-winning promo spots for Colorado’s Rocky Mountain PBS as well as commercial and promotional video work for brands such as Hershey Canada, Toyota, and Luminato.
Regan is the writer, director and producer of the popular web series, B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye – a series that garnered over 12.5 million views, and one of the first indie series to secure distribution on a major platform, running three seasons (2008-2012) on the Logo Network / MTV.
As a filmmaker, Regan’s second short, Lindy Calls Tracy (2016), debuted at Toronto’s Inside Out Film Fest, and went on to screen at festivals worldwide, including Australia, Canada, India, and Russia. Regan’s first short film, Harmony Love Matches for Life Inc. (2008), was award nominated at the 2008 Great Lakes International Film Festival. Production on her new feature length documentary, Bulletproof: A Lesbian’s Guide to Surviving the Plot – exploring queer representation in television – began in early 2017.
Regan is also a founding member of the Independent Web Series Creators of Canada (IWCC), served as Producer and Programming Director for the first ever Toronto Web Series Festival (TO Webfest 2014), and has been a guest speaker and panelist at festivals and events worldwide.