Bates 'n' Moir, Creative Team, Falmouth University
Falmouth University creative team Bates 'n' Moir talk to us about their aspirations in the advertising industry.
Elliot Bates and Will Moir, AKA Bates 'N' Moir, are 3rd year Creative Advertising students at Falmouth university looking to pursue a career in the world of advertising. Currently out gaining experience at both local and London based agencies, hoping to have a foot in the door when it comes to finding a job next year.
Tell us about why you chose to study advertising
Will: My family comes from an advertising background. Both my grandmother and grandfather worked in the industry and my uncle has set up his own agency in Norfolk. For as long as I can remember it is what I wanted to do, I love the concept of showcasing ideas and ultimately influencing peoples choices – for the best of course.
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