Huffer and the Mental Health Foundation get lyrical about mental health

Huffer has partnered with the Mental Health Foundation and Kiwi musicians support mental health awareness in a musical campaign by Reload & Smoke.

Called ‘People Presence’, the campaign has seen a single be produced by Illbaz featuring local artists Diggy Dupe, Bailey Wiley and Spycc. Its release has been timed for New Zealand Mental Health Week.

The song encourages people to talk about the hard stuff and never stay quiet about the things that matter.

Lyrics include: ‘Speak up, you don’t need to hide, if you need to confide in somebody I got time.’​

Huffer creative director and founder Steve Dunstan worked with photographer and director Stephen Langdon on the project, who as well as the music video created an interview style spot for each of the artists and portraits.

Credits:

Huffer, Creative Director/Founder:  Steve Dunstan 
Huffer, Marketing Manager:  Nicola Guise
Production Company: Reload & Smoke
Photographer:  Stephen Langdon
Director: Stephen Langdon
DOP’s: Stephen Langdon & Fergus Cahill

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