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Milk & Honey partners with Leap Films

Milk & Honey PR is partnering with Leap Films to add a video production and animation offering to clients for both traditional and social campaigns.

Meg Dibb-Fuller, the agency’s head of digital activity, will work alongside the team at Leap to manage Milk & Honey’s video services.

The film production company has produced creative films for brands including T-Mobile, Doctor Martens and Ted Baker, as well as having worked with the PRCA, BBC, Channel 4, MTV and Channel 5.

Lucian Evans, producer and director at Leap Films, said: “It is very exciting to get involved in a business that is growing at such a rapid pace. Milk & Honey has an energetic feel to it which is very appealing.

“As a business, it is ambitious both for itself and for its clients. We have already created an easy working relationship and look forward to producing some outstanding campaigns together.”

Kirsty Leighton, managing partner at Milk & Honey, added: “We have been doing an increasing amount of broadcast work and wanted to find a partner we could work alongside to develop original materials for our social programmes.

“Leap Films has proved so wonderfully easy to work with. Fast, creative and full of ideas; enabling us to put some stand out campaigns in place for our clients, and continuing to attract more.”

  • Pictured: Meg Dibb-Fuller
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