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Clive Richardson is an English director who made music videos for the British band Depeche Mode. During the 1980s, he changed careers and began work for a media company in Essex.

He made videos for eight Depeche Mode singles, including "Just Can't Get Enough", "Everything Counts", "Love in Itself", "People Are People" (two versions), "Master and Servant", "Somebody", and "Blasphemous Rumours". After the group switched to Peter Care for three videos, the band would have Richardson do an eighth video, "A Question of Lust". However that would be his last video, when he was "replaced" by Anton Corbijn as the band's main video director.

He also directed the videos "Mad World" and "Change" for the group Tears For Fears. Other groups he directed videos for include Siouxsie and the Banshees, Marillion, Big Country, Blancmange, Marianne Faithfull, Howard Devoto, Steve Winwood, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, and Adam and the Ants.

In June 2007, Richardson was asked to join QinetiQmarker and was appointed Chief Operating Officer of EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Australasia).


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