Bridget Scarr is a versatile and unique creative producer and writer with over 15 years in the industry. She has personally overseen a variety of production aspects for a multitude of genre, and platform, spanning projects. Currently, Bridget is the head of content development, strategy, and partnerships for Colibri Studios. She is also the co-founder of LivRe VR, a virtual reality production company, and was previously a partner and managing director with Pollen Creative Media from 2008-2015. Working on her first novel, as well as first album, it is easy to see that Bridget believes in content of all forms, and knows how to put them to work to achieve her visions.
With Colibri Studios, Scarr says she wants to take her experience giving life to the ideas of others, and apply them to her own ideation under one brand. Colibri is the home of Bridget’s work in all its forms from traditional television and digital content work, to augmented and virtual reality and exhibition projects. Currently working on a virtual reality app that will let people experience visceral moments in history through the eyes of the everyday observer, Bridget says the medium which most excites her presently is that of augmented reality. Scarr says the potential for such technology is unlimited in the area of education and is delighted to see young users getting to experience active learning as no other generation has before.
Bridget engages in a different kind of lifestyle than most entrepreneurs, and cites these choices as the reasons for her successes. A major advocate for meditation, she says it’s changed the her life and the way she does business, and it can do the same for anyone. Scarr begins her days with meditation, and saturates the mindfulness act through seemingly everyday, mundane, activities such as her commute to the office, and end of the day bath. Bridget is also a believer in taking small time-outs to refresh and nurture her own creative spirit. She says sometimes the best thing for her to do creatively is take a break to remember the important things, and allow her ideas to flow naturally.
In the ugly fallout of the closing of one of her first companies, which Scarr sights as a learning experience, Bridget was led on an inner journey through meditation that reestablished her faith, and love for her work, family, and supporters. These days, Scarr is building from those experiences to launch some of her own incredible ideas with Colibri Studios. She says the most important thing is being grateful for everything you have and appreciating those you love. Bridget Scarr is one of the most honest and forward thinking entrepreneurs of our time, and her work, her ethics, and her process, are proof of that.
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