Bridget Scarr works in the media industry. She both writes content and serves as a creative producer. She works in a number of mediums including television, virtual reality, digital content, and interactive exhibits. She has been in the industry for more than 15 years as a producer and started writing her own content a number of years ago.
In addition to live action, Bridget Scarr has also produced animated content during the course of her career. After she graduated from Rhodes University she entered the media industry in 2005. She started out as a production manager, taking on the role of line producer as well within a year. In January 2007 she became at tv producer and produced content for a number of widely known brands such as Motorola, Miller, Peroni, and Nestle.
In 2010, Bridget Scarr became an entrepreneur when she co-founded Zero Point Studios where she served as the head of production and financial producer. This studio worked on children’s tv content which ended up on stations around the world. She then joined Pollen Creative Media where she worked for eight years. She was a partner at this firm and also the managing director. When she first joined the company it was comprised of only 5 employees and had just $10,000 to work with. Eventually, it grew to a company with more than 500 employees who created award-winning content including tv shows and advertisements.
In March of 2016, Bridget Scarr established Colibri Studios in the United Kingdom. She both writes content and produces her own projects for her clients. Her specialties at this company are lifestyle programming and factual entertainment. The content she comes up with is used on multiple platforms including television and digitally. She has global production partners who she works with on a daily basis.
One of the projects that Bridget is currently working on is an augmented reality. It will allow users to experience history in a way that they never have before. It includes landmarks and monuments from the past and shows them their histories. The stories also include the people that lived long ago and their real stories.
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