Bridget Scarr the Executive Producer at the Colibri Studios in London in the United Kingdom is both a writer and a creative producer who is passionate in developing attention-grabbing contents. Bridget is a skilled Film Producer, Brand Communicator, Creative Developer, Business Manager and Marketer among others. She has also worked on a number of projects which include augmented reality, interactive exhibition, digital content and virtual reality which have moved people intellectually as well as emotionally.



Bridget scar has a greater than 15 years’ experience in animations, advertisement as well as Televisions productions with her duties being supervising the artistic development as well as technical production of various teams with 5-220 members. The productions under her supervision were entertainment, lifestyle, factual entertainment programming, children’s animations and drama.



Bridget Scarr is among the cofounders of @LivRe which was founded in November 2016. The company allows its audience to live in realities through experiential engagement. Bridget has also been a partner as well as a managing director at of the Pollen Creative Media from the year 2008 in the month of January. She is presently working with the Colibri Studios in the capacity of a head of partnerships, strategy as well as content development. Her core duties in the studio coordinating daily developments and working together with project partners, the creative talents as well as the international broadcasters in making their projects actual.



In one of her interrogations Bridget Scarr, while explaining the origin of her idea of coming up with the Colibri Studios, says that the idea came out of her passion in making other people’s ideas a reality while working on the Televisions as a producer. With this passion and her entrepreneurial mindset, she made a decision of moving to content creation which led to the establishment of the Colibri Studios.



Bridget Scarr is also a disciplined leader when it comes to strictness on work schedule. Her strictness enables her to have ample time with her business as well as her family which has led to her success. Her advice to the young and prospective entrepreneurs is to remove the element of fear from them, to have trust in their journey, to believe in their God-given gifts and capabilities, to love without conditions and to be appreciative to their families and the little that they may have. She also advises them never to give up as the process of making an idea a reality may take long but its fruits are rewarding.


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