BIPOC stories are created, pitched, and developed by Keep It Simple Productions, LLC for television networks and production companies.
In the entertainment industry, people of color are often underrepresented. We want to share these underrepresented communities' stories through documentaries, web series, and feature films.
Evelyn Brito has over 18 years of experience as a creative producer and screenwriter. Additionally, she has years of event, speaker booking, and engagement experience.
Ms. Brito began her career at Boston Neighborhood Network as an independent producer. She spent five years producing a comedy show before relocating to California and enrolling at the Los Angeles Film School. There, she gained extensive experience working as the stage manager for Maria Costa's one-woman show, which featured her Macho Man and the women who loved him.
In 2022, Evelyn Brito joins GBH as the manager and event producer of the GBH Studio at the Boston Public Library. A creative thinker, strategic connector, and excellent communicator, she builds relationships and partnerships and puts on events with the goal of giving everyone access, fairness, and opportunity. Previous to that, she worked at WORLD as an impact producer on film convenings.
As a producer, Ms. Brito has contributed to numerous projects for Anawan Studio on a freelance basis. She is the creator and executive producer of Bodega Makeover, a bold reinvention of the makeover series, featuring communities around the United States that have largely been left behind by chain grocery stores and retailers.
The Latino population is the fastest growing in the United States, representing 51% of population growth according to the 2020 census.
La Revista Hispana - Bodega Makeover, Evelyn Brito - 2/23/2020
A virtual conversation featuring Jessica Vargas - Director, Multicultural Marketing, HBO Max and HBO at HBO and HBO Max, in her role, Jessica focuses on inclusivity while developing authentic and intentional campaigns that reflect the diverse world that we live in. With the launch of HBO’s is bicultural movement and campaign, Pa'lante!, she is helping to shape the future of HBO and multi-cultural marketing. Moderated by Evelyn Brito