Lisa Mac says she knew she wanted to direct the video to her first single "Hurricane" while she was recording it. She and Isaiah Conyers shot the video at Memphis' Studio688 because it "...holds a special place in my heart because it's where my whole creative journey began. So, as my song's production began to take shape in the recording studio, a vision for my video began to take shape in my head. A whole team of people came together, including my parents, to help bring my vision to life. My stylist, the talented Tara Skelley, played a huge part in helping bring it all together. We created the whole set ourselves, with the help of my mom, who is exceptionally crafty. We Pinterested, thrifted, and DIYed until my whole vision for the video was complete. Everything that you see in the video was either handmade, or recycled and repurposed from used items. The white Valentine's box of chocolates that you see in the video was originally purchased off of Amazon, and it was definitely past Valentine's season:) I threw out the chocolates, spray painted the whole box, and then decorated the outside with rhinestones and ribbon. My mom replaced the old chocolates with handmade heart-shaped white chocolates."
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