Reagan Jade is an emerging female filmmaker. Originally from rural Manitoba, where she first discovered her love for the arts, she knows how to do a lot with a little. Moving to Vancouver to attend film school at Capilano University and a semester abroad in Denmark at VIA Film and Transmedia is where she began to form her voice as an artist. Focused on bringing attention to real world issues through a more abstract lens, her work seeks to explore stories that are equally authentic and cinematic. 


Her directorial debut “Jorden” is a fashion film that tackles the negative impact the fast fashion industry has on the environment. It was awarded “Best Eco Short” at the Canadian International Fashion Film Festival and continues to be screened at festivals around the world.  


Reagan is currently developing photo, video, and exhibition projects with musicians, small businesses, and independently. 

I capture moments and bring visions

to life.


Services & skills

Although filmmaking and photography are my primary services I have also dabbled in writing, marketing, and exhibition design which I aim to do much more of and am always looking to expand into new creative mediums.