Bridget Snapp brings the precision of an attorney (Georgetown Law ’06) and the heart of an artist (professional film editor) to the Brain Bytes Creative team. After graduating law school and passing the Georgia bar, she switched gears entirely and entered the entertainment business. She started as an on-air TV legal correspondent for Georgia Public Broadcasting, where she developed a passion for editing and production work. Since that time, she has edited two independent feature films (“My Sixteenth Summer” – Winner Method Fest ’10 and “Quarterlife Ben” – currently on the independent film circuit), written, edited and produced a documentary that has garnered national press attention (Haleyville: Unsolved Mysteries & Murder), hosted, produced and edited a number of television and webTV shows (including 411 ‘The Show’ on the CW Atlanta), hosted and produced two seasons of the Golf FORE Georgia radio show on 1160 AM-WCFO, and has produced and edited a variety of features, shorts, documentaries, and corporate films for a local production company.
In the summer of 2011, some of her best friends, Jason and Courtney Sirotin were looking for help running their very successful web business. Drawn to the creative aspects of web design, as well as the precision of code and wording, she jumped at the opportunity to do something she loved alongside people that she admired and respected. Together, they formed “Brain Bytes Creative” and, as Project Manager, she has been building awesome websites with her friends ever since. Bridget has a BA in Romance Languages (Spanish & Italian) and a BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Georgia as well as a JD from Georgetown University Law Center.