We are film & media creatives.
Late Bloom Media was founded in 2018 by Aaron Yeger, Brynn Byrne and Sarah Jackson, with a focus on artful and inspiring human stories. We share an obsession with quality, and a meticulously detail oriented approach to every aspect of the work we do. We love to collaborate with talented people and do great work!
Aaron is driven by an intense curiosity and commitment to exploring new ideas, which has garnered critical praise including a nomination for Producer of the Year by the Producers Guild of America in 2013 for the documentary A People Uncounted. This directorial debut filmed in 11 countries explores the untold history of the Roma in the Holocaust and their ongoing struggle for human rights—which Now Magazine gave four N’s and called “emotionally charged,” and The Village Voice called “profoundly unsettling and deeply moving.” He co-wrote and produced the critically acclaimed Sleeping Giant, which was nominated for the 2016 Canadian Screen Award for Best Feature Film, and played in TIFF Canada’s Top Ten following a premiere at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
aaronyeger.com to learn more!
Brynn is a Toronto based Screenwriter who writes character driven film and television that explore the complex, emotional and often silly aspects of the human condition. Brynn’s childhood boredom in rural Essex County, Ontario led to an overactive imagination and an unhealthy addiction to movies and television. Brynn finally left the farm in 2008 for Toronto and continued to hone her skills. Her knack for comedy earned her a mentorship via Humber College with David Flaherty (SCTV, Maniac Mansion). Brynn’s unique voice and storytelling earned her the John Frizzell award for achievement in screenwriting, and a Netflix Diversity of Voices fellowship at the 2019 Banff World Media Festival.
brynnbyrne.com to learn more!
Sarah’s career in the film and television industry spans more than a decade and includes credits in the narrative, lifestyle, documentary, and variety genres. She is a Production Manager with the Directors Guild of Canada and produced and production managed shows for Food Network, HGTV, W Network, CBC, Discovery, CMT, VisionTV and Travel & Escape. Her work has garnered multiple awards and has taken her across the globe. Sarah was the previous Head of Production and Business Affairs at Markham Street Films. She was the Supervising Producer and Line-Producer on the CBC financed film Level 16 which premiered at Fantastic Fest and the Vancouver International Film Festival in 2018. Sarah was the Associate Producer and Line-Producer on Molly Parker's short film Bird, which premiered at TIFF in 2017.
IMDB: Sarah Jackson to learn more!