Audrey Tamic began her career in 2003 after a degree in Literature and a diploma from the prestigious School of Decorative Arts, Paris. Her passion for cultural mediation and digital experience led her to the National Gallery Jeu de Paume, for which she designed the monograph dedicated to Magritte in 2003 and later to the French Association of Artistic Action and to contemporary artists such as Lucy Orta, whom she accompanied to the Venice Biennale in 2004.
She joined Proximity BBDO in 2006, working mainly for Mercedes Benz, first as artistic director and then copywriter and creative director. Since then, Audrey has designed digital and brand campaigns, identity projects, and relationship marketing. After more than 12 years at BBDO, Audrey has been rewarded with a series of awards ranging from FWAs to Effies, to a variety of luxury-oriented projects: Chanel (2016 Eye Can Be Campaign), Mercedes Benz ( The Monolith, 2013), Carte Noire (The Recipes, 2012). Other brands that have trusted Audrey are Coty, Hugo Boss, Mini and Krug Champagne for BBDO BEAU. Today she is Executive Creative Director at Proximity Paris and RAPP France and one of Omniwomen's mentors in France.