Purple Bridge Media was founded by former BBC video-journalist and trainer, Mark Egan. The name refers to the purple railway bridge outside BBC Television Centre in West London. Mark has delivered training programmes for major organisations worldwide including the UN, World Health Organisation, Essex Police, European Broadcasting Union and the Prime Minister of Finland’s communications team.
The ethos of Purple Bridge Media is telling stories and sharing skills to meet the challenges of the modern economy.
Mark is a former BBC video journalist and mobile video expert. He has spoken on stages from Paris to Qingdao and has consulted with major organisations on their video strategies. Mark is a faculty member of the European Broadcasting Union Academy and has created social media content for global brands around the world.
Rupinder is a former BBC producer, who was heavily involved in pioneering the BBC’s on-demand video and vertical video projects. She also produced news bulletins on BBC 1. Rupinder has extensive video, storytelling and writing skills.
Philip has extensive experience in the travel and video industry. He has created marketing video content around the world as well as worked with broadcast documentary teams. Philip has also been involved in online and face-to-face training workshops around the world over a number of years.