Joseph Dubruque began his career as one of the earliest creatives to be employed by Fred & Farid, and he helped launch Marcel Paris in 2005, as well as Fred & Farid Group in 2007. Within just four years, his work on campaigns for well-known brands such as Orangina, Orange, Match.com, Coca-Cola, Diesel, and Wrangler earned him several international awards. Notably, he was awarded a Bronze Lion in Film at Cannes and the D&AD wood pencil.
Afterwards, Dubruque worked for five years at agencies like Havas City (formerly known as Rosapark) and La Chose, where he focused on repositioning Monoprix Supermarkets, Thalys trains, and Skoda cars from a creative and strategic perspective.
In 2015, he joined Herezie, where he partnered with Axel Didon and Raphael Stein. Together, they produced award-winning work for Google Cloud (The Biography of Tomorrow), Handicap International (#BodyCantWait), and the David Lynch Foundation (Sounds of Trauma), among others. In under three years, their work won over 70 national and international awards, including five additional Cannes Lions (including Gold), two more D&AD pencils, and numerous Gold awards at Clio, Eurobest, One Show, Epica, and more.
Currently, Dubruque and his team have taken on new challenges at McCann Paris, where they are working on international brands for L'Oréal Paris and L'Oréal Group. Recently, he was involved in winning the global account for Prada fragrances and co created the Prada Luna Rossa Ocean campaign featuring Jake Gyllenhaal.
In 2021, he was selected as a juror for the Direct Category at D&AD.