Creator / Executive Producer / Director / Writer
Regan Latimer is Executive Producer at Bee Charmer Productions and an independent contractor for individual clients and companies. She has created promotional films for The NOAH Project (Nurturing Orphans of AIDS for Humanity), and The Bharti Charitable Foundation as well as several promotional pieces and commericals for various clients. A post-production and editing specialist, other credits include Emmy award-winning trailers and promo spots for Colorado’s Rocky Mountain PBS and Denver Centre Media.
Multi-talented in both creative and technical disciplines, Regan has served as Fletcher’s video editor and sound designer – as well as writing and directing the show – and has managed all facets of the show’s creation. Regan was also the Director/Producer of the short film Harmony Love Matches for Life Inc., an official selection at the 2008 Great Lakes Independent Film Festival.
Based in London, UK, Rochelle’s biggest challenge since joining the Fletcher team has been sleep deprivation owing mainly to the five hour time difference. Rochelle is a brand strategist and web producer responsible for creating the brands (and websites!) of all original productions at Bee Charmer Productions. Rochelle originally trained as an actor with Andrew Neal and Mary Hammond on the training programme attached to the West End production of Miss Saigon supported by Cameron Mackintosh. Rochelle has worked on a number of projects for non-profit organisations, including the production of numerous gala performances for the V-Day campaign. Her 2008 film, Brent Talking Heads, around the specialist domestic violence court process, is now used in judicial training programmes around the EU. Rochelle holds an MA from Goldsmith’s Media & Communications department and previously spent three years in the marketing department at ecommerce specialist, PayPoint.net. She currently heads up digital at a rising-star marketing and communications agency in London.
Production Co-ordinator / Script Developer
Alys is a graduate of the Humber College School of Journalism and a founding partner in Two Sistas Lighting. She is an accomplished writer and editor, with projects for the University of Guelph-Humber, Homemakers Magazine and Chocolatease Bakeries. Her exacting attention to detail and easy going style make her a valued addition to the BCP team.
Sean Tasson is an actor, dancer, performer, production manager and graphic artist. Sean has appeared in The Curious Savage, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Stepping Out (a play he produced and starred in at 17), and Babe Ruth Comes to Pickle River to name a few. Sean also originated roles in three Canadian plays. In addition to his work on the stage (his first love), Sean has appeared on television for CBC and in several Regan Latimer projects. Sean is pleased to be part of the Fletcher family.
Jonathan Thomas is an actor, singer, freelance photographer, and designer. Jonathan has appeared in several of Regan Latimer’s films, including the short film Harmony Loves Matches For Life Inc. which just had it’s debuted at the 2008 Great Lakes Independent Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Gay/Lesbian Short Film. Theatre credits include The Fantasticks for Encore Entertainment.
Jonathan also acts as production photographer on Fletcher. He is thrilled to FINALLY have the chance to play a bad guy, and is pleased to be apart of the Fletcher family.
Key Hair and Make-up
Rikki Zucker is a highly skilled, extremely professional makeup artist and licensed hairstylist who has been solidly working in and around Toronto for the past ten years. She holds a B.F.A. from York University, a certificate in Make-up Artistry from Seneca College, as well as a diploma and award of excellence in hair design from Marca College. Recently Rikki has been working at the Canadian TV stations CBC, Citytv and Omni Tv. Her credits include being key makeup artist/hairstylist on Nickelodean’s Dino Dan as well as many other independent films. She has also worked as a daily assistant on such major releases as The Kennedy’s and Red to name a few. Rikki is pleased to return to her first love, web series, by working on B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye!
2nd Camera / Production Assistant
Jessica is a musician and artist with a working background in Film and Photography. Jessica honed her image skills studying The Moving Image at the College of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she also worked as a B/W White and Color Fine printer. She’s worn many hats in the film industry from AD to Special FX to Craft Services. This production was no exception while not only being the most Wicked Awesome all around Best Boy on set she also filled in as second camera. Jessica is the culinary expert behind ” My Name is not Sarah” catering that provided craft services for the starving artists of cast and crew.
Super and efficient in her skills as camera operator, Eleni joined the B.J. Fletcher team to not only assist with 2nd camera, but to also film behind the scenes footage for all those juicy Fletcher extras! Eleni comes to us after studying Fine Arts at York University. She is very honored to have worked with a great cast & crew, and we were honored to have her!
While not performing his many duties on the set of B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye, Christopher Ocean is an extremely talented artist and graphic designer. His many different works explore ‘the perspective that existence reflects, and is, an extension of the self’. His beautiful and intricate paintings are landscapes that move through the physical realm towards the exploration of emotional, mental and spiritual terrain. For more information about Christopher and to see a gallery of his work, please visit his website at www.christopherocean.com
Assistant Hair and Make-up
Alex Rotundo grew up as an avid movie lover. Inspired by her Father, a film editor, Alex carried that love for movies to York University where she completed her degree in humanities and film. This had opened her eyes to the possible careers in film production. Always being an active painter growing up, from murals to models, Alex found that makeup art was the perfect outlet to turn her creativity into a career and enrolled herself at The School of Makeup Art.
Makeup school taught her a broad range of techniques from bridal to high fashion to gore and monsters. While Alex has always had a soft spot for the eclectic film creatures, she found her niche in the art of beauty makeup. The ability to create beauty and confidence by accentuating a woman’s natural features made makeup art a love, rather than just a job.
Alex has worked for HBO, The Discovery Channel, MuchMusic and on a number of corporate and commercial shoots. As well as her television and film experience, Alex has provided her makeup services to delighted brides and private clients over the past 6 years and Alex stays busy with sculpting and painting whenever she can.
Alex brings a warm comfort and a sense of ease to anyone in her chair. Through a genuine attitude, and the will to listen first, she strives to bring out confidence in how they want to look by bringing out their natural qualities, whether by skill with the brush or the airbrush.