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Michela Nicchiotti, Creative, Lean Mean Fighting Machine

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15:04 PM | 14 August 2011
by Adam Oldfield
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I was working in Italy in a traditional advertising agency and then I decided to move to London for its quality of advertising and the amount of innovations and solutions to all kinds of things.

I am from Italy and I work in advertising as a creative. I am at Lean Mean Fighting Machine, an amazing digital advertising agency in London.

I was working in Italy in a traditional adverting agency and then I decided to move to London for its quality of advertising and the amount of innovations and solutions to all kinds of things.

I studied communication and new media at the university of Scienze della comunicazione Universita di Perugia and I did an MA in art Direction and Advertising in Rome and a course at the London College Communication.

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