HIP HIP HOORAY create the most deliciously unique stationary for customers throughout the country. In 2020 they decided to go one step further, becoming a social enterprise and offering the opportunities for women across the UK who are caught up in a cycle of addiction, homelessness, and crime.
I was approached to create a video that would promote Hip Hip Hooray and reveal to their customers the change in focus to a social enterprise.
I began by interviewing and recording business owner Jenny Adjene about Hip Hip Hooray. From the recording I created a script and then developed a story to compliment the words.
A crew was put together and filming took place at Hip Hip Hooray's headquarters using Jenny and her team, with additional shots filmed in the streets nearby. 
Software: After Effects, Photoshop, Premiere


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