Joseph Dubruque started his career as one of the first creatives hired by Fred & Farid to launch Marcel Paris in 2005, then Fred & Farid Group in 2007. Within 4 years, his work on Orangina, Orange, Match.com, Coca-Cola, Diesel and Wrangler grabbed several international awards, including a first Bronze Lion in Film at Cannes, and first D&AD wood pencil
He then spent 5 years in agencies such as Havas City (previous name of Rosapark) and La Chose, working on creative and strategic brand repositioning for Monoprix Supermarkets, Thalys trains and Skoda cars.
In 2015, he joined Herezie, and teamed up with Axel Didon and Raphael Stein. Their work on Google Cloud (The Biography of Tomorrow), Handicap International (#BodyCantWait) & David Lynch Foundation (Sounds of Trauma) hit over 70 national and international awards in less than 3 years, including 5 more Cannes Lions (including Gold), 2 more D&AD pencils, and a bunch of Golds at Clio, Eurobest, One Show, Epica etc.
Today, Joseph and his trio challenged themselves by joining McCann Paris to work on L'Oréal Paris and L'Oréal Group's international brands.