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Ali & Clive, Creative Duo

4 min, 30 sec read
17:33 PM | 13 November 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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We interview creative team Ali and Clive about how much they love working in advertising and learn about their experiences so far.

We interviewed Ali Rafei and Clive Nigel Pereira a creative team from the UK about how much they love working in advertising and about their experiences so far.

Ali: I’m a Street Artist from Lebanon, currently living in Leeds where I studied my MA in Leeds Uni. I’m 28 and into arts, comedy and advertising.

Clive: I was born in Bahrain, later moved to India and now live in the UK. I’ve dabbled in accounting, interior designing, content writing, publishing, voice over artistry, video production and dancing. I guess you can say I’m like a bag of mixed nuts with big hair. We met in university and have been working as a team ever since.

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