Blue Hats Creative was founded by independent filmmakers and producers Robert Fagan and Maria Aceves. This writing, ideation, and producing team are award-winning cross-platform storytellers with a long and proven track record in delivering original and quality content spanning Film, TV, Branded Content, Live Event and Digital programming.
As a Content Creation and Production Company, BHC’s founding principal is to tell the most compelling stories possible for our clients by fostering a spirited and engaging framework for our creatives and teams.
BHC’s Creative Team holds a wide range of talent. Directors, Writers, Producers, Camera Operators, Editors, Designers, Creative Directors and Illustrators converge to handle everything from Ideation & Scripting, Brand Strategy, Interactive Experiential Design, Production & Post Production, to multi camera Live Event filming.
With years of International Co-production & Production Services experience, Blue Hats Creative has forged strong bonds with key production personnel around North America and The World.
From the international destinations of the Electric Daisy Carnival, (North America’s largest music festival), to filming branded content, commercials and artists worldwide, BHC is always ready to get your show on the road. We also regularly offer full production services for foreign clients looking to shoot in the US.
BHC long form productions include the highly anticipated release of “L7: Pretend We’re Dead”, a feature documentary on the pioneering ’90’s all female American rock band, L7, as well as, a full length concert film for Guns ‘n’ Roses’ “Not in this Lifetime Tour”, captured live at Dodger Stadium and in collaboration with Magical Elves and Live Nation Presents.
At BHC we have produced an array of impactful customized branded campaigns for companies and educational foundations with a strong focus in Music, Lifestyle, Fashion and Technology. Clients include: Budweiser, Clairol, Corona, Orange, 7-Up, and many more.
What’s your story?
Robert Fagan, the curious one at BHC, has an extensive background in both creative marketing and production. As a founding member of Kessels Kramer Los Angeles, Robert helped build the renowned European advertising agency’s first US outpost.
Prior to KKLA, Robert was a founding member of 42 Entertainment, the non-traditional marketing pioneers, where he spent over 12 years producing content and multi-platform experiences. Beginning with the world’s first alternate reality game, The Beast for Steven Spielberg’s Artificial Intelligence, as well as back to back Cannes Grand Prix Cyber Lion winners Year Zero for Nine Inch Nails (2008) and Why So Serious? for The Dark Knight (2009).
In addition, Robert has written, developed and produced programming for MTV, VH1 and FUSE television and has produced eight feature-length films to date including the critically acclaimed, The Life of Reilly, starring Charles Nelson Reilly and the cult hit comedy, Dummy (starring Adrien Brody and Milla Jovovich). His latest feature length documentary is L7: Pretend We’re Dead that tells the story of the legendary Los Angeles rock and roll band, L7.
Robert is an active member of the Producers Guild of America where he serves in the Mentor Committee and is a featured speaker at universities and guest panels.
Memorable quote: “It’s not easy being me”
María Aceves, with a photographic memory and a knack for numbers, is the not-so-secret weapon and CFO at BHC. This accomplished multi-lingual producer and native of Bilbao, Spain, brings a finance background to the Creative Producing process and has overseen the last five years of worldwide BHC productions, while also leading the company’s strategy and growth initiative.
Prior to BHC, Maria was active as an independent producer and consultant in script and brand development where she worked with top name professionals in film, television and technology. In addition, Maria is a Co-Founder of LA Panda Productions, the Los Angeles based commercial and feature film company whose mission is to create a bridge between Hollywood and Spanish language filmmaking. Maria and La Panda have seen recent success with their SXSW award-winning feature “10.000 Km”. Her latest full length documentary with BHC, is the story of L7, the seminal grunge punk band: “L7: Pretend We’re Dead”.
Maria’s strong interest in education has led her to help young filmmakers of tomorrow through a select group of charity organizations. She serves as the Vice Chair Emeritus of Breaking into Hollywood, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that helps aspiring artists in turning their passions into careers in the entertainment industry.
A classically trained musician, she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration & Management and a Masters in International Finance from Universidad del País Vasco.
Maria enjoys singing in the shower, the ocean, and running away from doctors.
Memorable quote: “No Drama, please!”
Executive Creative Director
Industrial Design/Web Design/Web Development
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