Colibri Studio’s Bridget Scarr Loves Content In All Forms

Bridget Scarr is a creative producer and writer. She has an affinity for creating compelling content. Her projects range from interactive exhibition, television and digital content, augmented reality to virtual reality. These projects resonate well with large audiences both emotionally and intellectually. Additionally, Bridget is a seasoned executive producer with more than 15 years of production experience in television, advertising, and animation.


In her illustrious career, Bridget Scarr has been supervising the creative development along with the creative and technical production output of groups of 5 to 220 individuals. She has worked for many productions, including children’s animation, drama, factual entertainment and lifestyle programming.


Presently, Bridget leads the content development, strategy, and partnerships at Colibri Studios. At the company, she is involved in daily development and collaborating with global broadcasters, creative talent, and project partners to bring projects to life.


Speaking on the origin of the idea behind Colibri Studios, Bridget said that in her previous career, she was a television producer mainly working on actualizing other people’s ideas. When she opted to make a career move into the creative elements of content creation, the idea of her company was born. She noted that she wanted a home for her ideation and Colibri served this objective well. According to Bridget, Colibri brings all her ideas to life in one place.


When she is not undertaking a television project, she is working her first novel and first album. Bridget loves content in all its forms because it has the power to shift mindsets and transform the world that people live in instantly. She remarks that creativity can be an authoritative force and an agent of change. Bridget notes that creativity has been a savior in her life along with her partner and son. It provides her with a personal outlet, a space for fun, and a fresh kind of freedom of expression.


When responding on how her typical day looks like and how she makes it productive, Bridget remarked that she starts her day with meditation. It helps her get energized and focused. Subsequently, she takes a light breakfast with her family before commuting shortly to the office. While on her way to the office, she does not plays on her phone. She uses that time to focus on the goals she has set for the day and the projects she is working on. From 9 am to 12 noon, Bridget focuses on all her research and writing content. From 2 pm, she follows up on her emails, reads a book and finds another project inspiration. After dinner, she watches a new TV series.


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