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About the Company:
In 1994, Big Operations Productions (originally known as B.O. Productions) began as the label used by Aaron Cadieux for his childhood filmmaking endeavors. Over a decade later, in the spring of 2005, Big Operations Productions was founded as a business. In 2013, Big Operations Productions became the an independent film production label under the umbrella of its parent company Bristol County Media (BCM).
About Aaron Cadieux:
Aaron Cadieux grew up in Dartmouth Massachusetts and attended Dartmouth High School (DHS), where he was involved in video productions with Dartmouth Community Television. After graduating from DHS, Aaron pursued a bachelor's degree in Communications/Media at Fitchburg State University (FSU), with a concentration in video production. He graduated from FSU in May of 2005 and immediately founded Big Operations Productions. In 2013, Aaron launched Bristol County Media LLC, and began running his own video production company on a full time basis. That same year, Bristol County Media and its sub-division, Big Operations Productions, released The Bridgewater Triangle, a landmark documentary film that has gone on to win multiple awards and can be seen on several streaming outlets including Amazon Prime, Tubi, YouTube and many more. In 2015, Aaron began collaborating with David Grochmal of Performance Video to produce The Highway Murders, the first ever documentary film series about the infamous New Bedford Highway Serial Killings of 1988. A self-funded labor of love, The Highway Murders is still in production.
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