Photography by Abbi Chase


At RLH Productions, LLC, we desire to tell stories meant for film, television, and digital that highlight what we refer to as NORMALCY. We believe “diversity” to be more than just a buzzword or something you check off on your list of things to do, but rather we aim to create work that further emphasizes that diversity is and always should be THE NORM. We also aim to highlight the work and stories of those in underrepresented communities using art as a catalyst in some cases, collaborating with those who have historically sat on the outskirts of mainstream media.  As our indie roots may have it, we are also drawn to stories and independent artists who work with lower budgets and limited resources. We strongly believe that if anyone has an important story to tell, money should not be a hindrance.

Though RLH was founded in Chicago, IL (shout out to our south suburban roots!), we have a consistently growing network especially between Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City. Some of our services can be provided remotely so shoot us a message via our contact form or send an email to to get in touch with Regina about whatever services you may need if you happen to be located elsewhere. 


Born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL, Regina Hoyles is a multi-hyphenate artist who got her start in the entertainment industry as early as nine years old. Her interdisciplinary studies paired with her hands-on experience have helped develop her knowledge in both the art and commerce of the industry. She is a recent graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she majored in drama and minored in the business of entertainment.

Known to work behind the scenes and in front of the camera, Regina is committed to wearing several hats in the development and production process. NAPS, a web series she created that has been featured in publications such as Shadow and Act and screened at several festivals across the U.S., was recently handpicked to stream on iONE Digital’s For others, she has served as a producer, casting director, editor, and more. As an actor, Regina can most recently be seen featured on Season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel now streaming on Amazon Prime. As a filmmaker, Regina is currently attached as a producer to several projects, many of which contain storylines that focus on some aspect of the Black woman experience. She is also developing a number of her own projects and most recently wrapped her latest work Adullam. Regina is focused on making art representative of herself and her community across genres whether that be sci-fi, comedy, or psychological thriller.