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Oswald has always been a creative mind.
When he was little, he would sew his own superhero costumes because there weren't any superheroes he really liked, and although he eventually gave up sewing, he stayed a creative kid at heart.
After finishing high school with honors, he passed on college to enroll in France's "classe prépa," a two-year intensive preparatory course designed to land students a spot in one of the top schools in the country - the most elitist path a student can take in France.
After two years and multiple offers on the table, he surprised his parents by deciding not to enroll in any school to try something he'd always wanted to try: stand-up comedy. Then followed a year that he still described as one of the best of his life, but reality caught up, and the need to make a living became necessary. That is when he enrolled in marketing school, still unsure what could come from it.
It turned out to be a crucial decision that eventually took him to London, where he studied at the renowned - and sadly now closed - Watford ad course.
He then earned his stripes at France's top ad agency Buzzman before returning to London, where he spent time at Mother and adam&eveDDB.
Now in New York, he is an associate creative director at BBDO.
His work has been praised by his peers at international awards shows, and he's recently been a jury member for the prestigious D&AD Awards.
Oz loves French rap music, so much that he makes some himself under the stage name alphabetnumber23, and recently signed a record deal as a promising artist. He also loves chairs, and his top 3 TV shows is Black Mirror, Fargo, and Sherlock.
Feel free to share your top 3 with him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Awards and Recognitions
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