First graduated in Mathematics at the Faculty of Science of Lille, Joseph Dubruque made a radical u-turn by entering the Strategy & Communication Institute of Lille and starting a career in advertising at the age of 22.
After a quick move at Leo Burnett Paris in 2005, he became the first young creative hired by Fred Raillard & Farid Mokart to launch Marcel Paris, the renamed creative shop of Publicis Group. During 2 years, Joseph Dubruque took part in winning several accounts as Orange Europe, Coca-Cola France or Match.com. Some of his works quickly got several international awards including a first Bronze Lion in film at Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.
In 2007, he participated in the beginnings of FF Creative Community (formerly Fred & Farid Paris) for 2 years. His work on Orangina (Naturally Juicy Campaign), Diesel or Wrangler grabbed few more awards including his first Wood Pencil for Craft at D&AD awards in London.
Then he spent 5 years in agencies such as Havas City (previous name of Rosapark) and La Chose, participating on brand creative and strategic transformations like Monoprix,Thalys and Skoda.
Eventually, in 2015, he arrived at Herezie Group in duo with Axel Didon. One year later, joined by Raphael Stein, they now form a trio of Associate Creative Directors. Their work on Google Cloud (The Biography of Tomorrow), Handicap International (#BodyCantWait) & David Lynch Foundation (Sounds of Trauma) hitted around 50 national and international awards in less than 3 years, including 5 more Cannes Lions (1 Gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze), 2 more D&AD pencils (1 Graphite, 1 Wood), and a bunch of Golds at Clio, Eurobest, One Show, Epica etc.