Working with Cairn Emmerson of Emmerson Films and Rich Sutherland of marketing agency sobananapenguin, we’ve created a video that demonstrates how you can make a difference to the life of someone living on the streets.

A group of us set up on Scale Lane in Hull’s Old Town one chilly January morning to shoot the video in one go. Thanks to Chris Harrison and the team at Riverhouse Coffee, we were able to base part of the story inside the stylish new coffee shop, as well as on the cobbled street outside.

HHCP CEO, Andrew Smith, had already met up with Cairn and Rich the previous month to go through ideas and create the storyboard. Other crew members of Emmerson Films joined us on the day, as well as Amelia Grimes, a Drama student at the University of Hull, and Oli Strong of The Pub Corner Poets. These young actors did an amazing job and were a pleasure to work with, really bringing our story to life.

We won’t give anything else away, so check out the video for yourself and make sure to share it on social media so that the message is spread far and wide.