Bridget Scarr currently serves as the Creative Director and Executive Producer of Colibri Studios. Scarr currently resides in London where she focuses on creating factual entertainment and lifestyle programming formats. In 2005, Bridget Scarr started off her career in creative content writing, and her first job was as a production manager at the Urban Brew Studios located in the Johannesburg, South Africa. During this time, she was in charge of the development of various live television programs and product commercials.
In 2004, Bridget Scarr obtained a BA Hons degree in drama at the Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Scarr has dabbled in digital content, exhibition pieces as well as augmented and virtual reality. Her current augmented reality project allows individuals to connect to historical stories from people who lived during those times. These stories are from actual people with diverse cultural backgrounds which allow the augmented reality project to be very memorable and relatable.
She was also a freelance TV producer when working at Ogilvy & Mather. While working here, some of the major brands she dealt with were Nestle, Motorola, Miler, Peroni and Castle Lite. Bridget Scarr has more than 15 years of experience as a producer and aims at creating content that is aesthetically pleasing, visually rich, inspirational and awakened globally. Freedom of expression is a vital tool to Bridget Scarr in her business adventures and personal life. Scarr also advises young and upcoming entrepreneurs to believe in their God-given gifts.
Bridget’s current position at Colibri Studios gives room for her to work on virtual reality projects, which is one of the various mediums for the studios. According to Scarr, virtual reality is an excellent way to connect people with a new engaging form of education. Bridget Scarr also believes that creativity leads to power which changes the world and leads to creative ventures. Entrepreneurship is an important aspect of the American Economy, and many individuals are learning that small businesses give room for creative expression and freedom, something that isn’t possible to achieve in corporate America world.
Bridget Scarr lends her expertise skills and knowledge regarding the creative thought process and behind the scenes with entrepreneurs today. Apart from her television projects, Bridget Scarr is currently working on her first music album and her novel titled -A Fantasy Epic. Scarr meditates on a daily basis and takes time to nurture her creativity levels.
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