Marius is a co-founder of ClikFlik. He began his career in journalism at The Evening Standard in 1985, becoming their first photo-journalist. After a number of positions on the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday he went up to read English at Oxford. His first play Frikzhan, won the 1985 National Youth Theatre/Texaco Most Promising Playwright Award; his radio play sLaughter In The Dark won the 1991 BBC Young Writers Festival and he wrote the subsequent popular comedy series for Radio 4 broadcast in 1995; the script for his short film, Diary of a Surreal Killer starring Paula Hamilton and A.A. Gill was nominated for the 1997 BAFTA Carl Foreman Award and selected for the London Raindance Festival. He has written a number of television documentaries – which include the award winning BBC/A&E series Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America. Marius has written and directed a number of internet commercials, including the viral ad for his novel Making Love which was shortlisted for the 2006 Nokia Shorts Film Festival.
Harry is a co-founder of ClikFlik. He has worked as a top creative at a number of advertising agencies including Saatchi and Saatchi, Grey, Cogent Elliot and is currently a Creative Director at Spark44. Harry has an exhaustive background in writing, directing and producing commercials for television, radio and on the internet. Harry is also a trained and highly accomplished actor much sought after as a voice-over artist for commercials.