Hope Kemp is a film and creative brand content director based in London. Named as IntoFilm and Eon Production's 'One to Watch Director' 2015 and Santander 'Digital Leader' 2017. Her film work has made the official selection of both BAFTA and Oscar® qualifying films festivals worldwide, whilst her branded image and video content (for clients including Channel 4, E4, FOX and Cineworld) has been viewed by millions on social. Graduate of the University of York and NFTS/BFI Talent Campus. Current clients: Channel 4, E4 and Rimmel.Locked Pro Plan feature
+ Appointed as the Creative Producer for Channel 4 and E4's Instagram pages. The role entails the responsibility to further develop and grow the Channel 4 and E4 world-class social media broadcasting, oversee Junior Writers and protect the channels' tone of voice on Instagram. Write copy and produce square and vertical video/image content that builds brand affinity on digital and drives audiences to transmission and VOD. + Work upholds the Channel 4 remit: to lead in innovation, promote diversity and create and join conversation. + I have also acted as the creative lead for a range of other brand campaigns, including those for Cineworld, Rimmel and Entertainment One. + Experience pitching and putting together pitch decks/content for new business and global clients.
Writer and producer of music documentary, Soft Boy Forever, a part of Boiler Room series, Contemporary Scenes. The series uncoves underground collectives, artists and subcultures from across the world; subverting media narratives of young people globally through music. Winner of the Webby Award 2019 Music category.
Recipient of the Santander Digital Leader Award 2016 for ‘combining creative and entrepreneurial talent in digital’.
Named as a ‘One To Watch’ in the media industry by Into Film and international production company, EON Productions. Featured on ITV’s Good Morning Britain with actress, Sophie Thompson, for a feature about the future of the British film industry.