Bridget Scarr is a well-traveled writer and creative producer. Bridget has been successful for developing content across a variety of platforms. Through television, digital content, virtual reality and other mediums, Bridget Scarr’s work has resonated with audiences both intellectually and emotionally.
Bridget is also a seasoned executive producer and has over 15 years of production in advertising, television, and animation. Bridget has managed the creative and technical output of both small and large teams in numerous genres.
As of present, Bridget works on content development, strategy, and partnerships at Colibri Studios. Recently Bridgett sat down to share her experiences and thoughts on her journey.
What Was The Motivation For Colibri Studios
I was a television producer in my previous career. This required me to spend a lot of time working to bring other people’s ideas to life. I later became more interested in the creative aspects of content creation. From there the idea for Colibri was born. I needed a place where I could bring all of my own ideas to fruition under one umbrella. Colibri is that place for me.
What Is A Typical Day Like For You
A day for me begins with meditation. This allows for me to begin each day with renewed energy and focus. I usually share a light breakfast with my family before commuting to the office. I take a moment to focus on the day’s objectives and then work until around noon. I eat lunch with my family every day. Lunch is the main meal for my family and also provides us with quality time together. My afternoon work schedule is much more flexible than in the morning. I take the time to return emails, read, or even watch television.
What’s An Exciting Trend For You
Virtual Reality. There is a push now to use VR technology in many positive ways. Education, healing, there is even the possibility of granting a dying patient their last wish. Personally, I am most excited about what VR can mean for education. This technology seems perfect for museums, allowing for them to create new types of exhibits.
What Habit Makes You Most Productive As An Entrepreneur
I mentioned meditation. Meditation is very important to me. I also try to nurture my creative spirit. But some time I just take a time out. Taking a moment to laugh and play with my son really keeps me grounded by reminding me of what is truly important to me.
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