Bridget Scarr: a Family Woman, a Career Woman, and a Great Content Developer

When talking to the best content developers for both mainstream and digital media platforms, the name of Bridget Scarr features prominently. The common denominator in any content developed by the executive producer at Colibri Studios is catchiness, consistency, interactive, and compelling. A majority of those who consume her contents find themselves emotionally attached to it and most importantly, intellectually built. Besides developing content for digital and mainstream media, Bridget Scarr once in a while works on content that ends up being used in virtual reality and interactive exhibitions.

 

 

Bridget’s Reputation

 

 

Bridget Scarr started producing TV adverts and animations about 15 years ago. Over this period, she has served as an executive producer whose main responsibility has been to bring creative minds together and to get the best out of them. Also as part of her job, Bridget has massive technical know-how that she uses in getting the technical bit of production perfectly done. She is credited for having overseen the creation some of the most cultivating and educative TV entertainment and lifestyle programs and the best TV animations for kids in recent times. Her management and leadership skills have been hailed by many as being top notch, which explains why she has managed to effectively lead a staff population of more than two hundred people- a majority of whom are professionals.

 

 

 

Bridget’s Life in Review

 

 

Earlier this year, Bridget Scarr was sharing more about her past career, her motivations in life, and future career goals in an interview conducted by Ideamensch. One thing that came out clearly during the said interview was that Bridget’s main motivation in life is having her ideas grow without any limitations. Her main reason to establish Colibri Studios, for example, was a result of her dissatisfaction in having to nurture other people’s ideas at the expense of her own.

 

Another aspect of Bridget’s life that could be learned from the Ideamensch interview was that she values her family, her job, and rest. She explained that her morning starts with a breakfast session with her family, and also ensures that she takes her lunch at home again with family. In between breakfast and lunchtime, she is usually at the office busy with work. Much of this time is spent on research and writing creative content for future production. The better part of her afternoon for Bridget is meant for reading and keeping up-to-date with industry news as well as in reading and replying emails. She then wraps up her day taking care of her son and watching inspirational stuff.

 

For more information, connect with Bridget Scarr on LinkedIn.

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