Bridget Scarr is a well-known writer as well as a creative producer. She loves to develop content that is compelling and can extend across several platforms. These can include television, digital content, besides virtual reality, as well as augmented reality along with the interactive exhibition. Due to these reasons, her projects are able to resonate with a large number of audiences intellectually and even emotionally.
She has more than 15 years of experience in advertising, as well as television, and animation. During this time, she has seen both creative as well as the technical production output coming from teams. This can be spread across various productions that include children’s animation, lifestyle, and entertainment besides entertainment programming.
She works at the Colibri Studios where she is the head of content development, besides strategy as well as partnerships. She looks after daily development in the company. Alongside, Bridget Scarr is collaborating with the international broadcasters, other project partners, as well as creative talent. This way she makes projects become alive.
Earlier, Bridget Scarr was a TV producer. Her role allowed her to bring alive the ideas of other people. Then she decided to do a career shift. Hence she moved from development and entered creative content creation. This was how Colibri Studios was born. Here she is able to bring all her ideas to life. These may be related to Exhibition projects, or Virtual Reality, or even augmented reality, as well as Digital Content besides the traditional television projects.
Bridget Scarr starts her day with meditation so that she can get energized as well as focused for the entire day. She proceeds to a light breakfast followed by commuting to the office. During this time, she focuses on her objectives for the day and on her current projects. Then she works at the office from 9 to 12 doing research and writing original content. She goes back home to relax and go through the industry news. She has lunch with the family every day to get some quality time with each other. Then she checks her emails, reads books, looks for alternative project inspiration, or watch TV, or a film. She spends the evening with her son in the park and then has a light dinner. Then she does some more work or watch a TV series followed by bath and bed.
In case she feels inspired by any project, she ensures that it is brought to life.
To learn more, visit http://bridgetscarr.com/.