Dayana Jacqueline DORCE DUMONT
After working most of her career at agencies Jacqueline recently joined in-house as the Bourjois Paris Creative Director at Coty. Her background as Garnier Global Co.Creative Director at Publicis Paris and as Art Director put image and its meaning in the heart of what she does. She worked in France and abroad on clients including Dove, Apple, Christian Dior Parfums – LVMH, Givenchy L’Oreal and at agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather Paris, DDB luxe, TBWA, and Grey London. Her goal is to ensure that everything needed to make a great idea possible is there and happens smoothly. Her wish is to combine her knowledge and experience in different areas to deliver the best creatives possible.
1. What was your very first job?
Like a lot of people babysitter, but my first full time job was at Publicis 133 on a l’Oreal account.
2. Please describe, in your own words, what your job is and what work it entails.
I recently started a job in-house, it's quite new for me but the all process's really exiting. I work closely with agencies, answer questions, try to find solutions for new work process with the teams. In-house it's all about our brand , so it's really interesting to be part of that. Communication, togetherness, fun are really something I try to keep as part of my days.
3. In your constantly growing and expanding industry, how do you find inspiration to keep your work fresh, innovative and relevant?
I live, I share, I ask people what they like, I meet with them, in the agency we try to have creative agent coming and sharing with us their talent. When I have time I go in places that inspire me. Movies, Internet are also really big help.
4. If you had to pick one piece of work or project that you are most proud of, more for the creative work and innovation it required, rather than its recognition or industry “success,” what would it be?
I’m still working on it.
5. What kind of showcased work would you particularly like to discover at CONNECTIONS ?
The best it’s not to expect anything, everything can happen. I’m curious.