Who is the executive producer of Colibri studios? Bridget Scarr—that’s who! She runs the the company with her head held high and with a longstanding passion. She engages in the development of content for a vast array of platforms. She has the ability to create awe-inspiring content that appeals to people on intellectual, as well as emotional, levels.
Birdget Scarr is a very knowledgeable professional. For over 15 years, she has engaged in the production of animations, advertisements and television. In her many jobs, she has over seen the work of groups people that numbered everywhere between 5 and 220.
Bridget Scarr has seen her fair share of ups and downs in her life. After all, everything cannot be totally perfect all of the time. She established a media company, which she ran for 8 years. The company did not do very well, and ran into the ground. Partners who were working alongside her were fed up, broke off and started a smear campaign against her—accusing her of bad things.
Of course, what comes up must come down, and when something sinks so low, the only way to go is up. Bridget Scarr picked herself up, dusted herself off, and started once more with creating content. The support of her family helped her to get through these hard times. Looking at her son’s face and hanging out with him cheered her up.
Currently in charge of Colibri Studios, Bridget Scarr is very satisfied with her life and her great work. She is blessed to have flexible days that are well balanced with work, family and free time. She likes to take a breather every so often to get her head together for the sake of her quality of work, as well as the quality of her life. Her key to life not letting her fears get in the way of her goals, relaxing and meditating. Her daily rituals include meditation activities.
When asked about what really gets her excited, she says virtual reality. Virtual reality can be used as a method of therapy, as well as a method of learning. Dying patients can be granted wishes from what virtual reality can offer. Virtual reality can further help to nourish people’s souls.
In an interview, she was asked about what type of business idea she would like to talk about. One idea that she had was an idea for a wine app. According to Bridget Scarr, there are no wine apps that give you a full wine-shopping experience.
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