Bridget Scarr is a multi talented businesswoman and entrepreneur located in London, United Kingdom. Not only is she an Executive Producer, but she is a writer, songwriter, singer, and most importantly a mother.
The Executive Producer’s life is spent doing meditation, finding inspiration, and looking after her young son. She starts her day with meditation, something she lives by religiously. It keeps her focused and energized. The whole family then eats a light breakfast, then she heads to work. She works meticulously from 9 to 12pm in which she writes her own original content. Lunch with the family happens everyday no matter what. After that she goes back to work where it is more laid back. She communicates with her associates, answers emails, and looks for other projects to work on. When work ends that day she spends time with her family going to the park, eating a light dinner, then once her son is asleep she relaxes or does some more work.
Bridget Scarr finds inspiration in the little things. Getting out in nature, having alone time, and meditation is what fuels her inspiration. Bridget is also inspired by virtual reality and augmented reality. She uses these forms when she is creating her art. This hardworking woman is currently the Executive Producer at Colibri Studios. She wanted to make a career shift and focus more on the creative aspect of content creation, so that is how Colibri Studios was born. At the Studio she can focus on a number of mediums such as traditional television projects, Exhibition projects, Digital Content, Augmented reality, and virtual reality. She is really into telling people’s stories from a historical standpoint. She finds people who have lived through certain events, and then paints their story to her audience. Finding the right team to tell these stories is also crucial. If you don’t have to right people, then it’s not going to have as much of an impact. Bridget doesn’t want to create mediocre content for viewers, she wants to stir their emotions and make them think intellectually. She has over 15 years experience in her respective field spanning over a number of productions such as entertainment, drama, factual entertainment programming, lifestyle, and children’s entertainment. She has oversaw teams of 5 to 220 people to create technical and creative projects. If she could give her younger self advice it would be to not be fearful, do your thing, meditate, and love unconditionally.
To learn more, visit http://bridgetscarr.com/.