Margaux Joffe is a creative renaissance woman with a diverse background in visual communications, documentary storytelling and digital production.
After studying film & digital media at Duke University, Margaux taught media arts for a year in the Dominican Republic. Passionate about using media and visual storytelling as a tool for social change, she was awarded the Lewis Hine Documentary Fellowship in 2007.
Margaux launched her professional career producing award-winning marketing campaigns for the City of Boston’s Public Health Department. Her innovative use of digital and social media for public health communications, earned her invitions to present at numerous conferences and universities such as Harvard, Yale, and MIT.
Currently, Margaux lives in New York City and works for A-list digital agency 360i producing digital campaigns and interactive programs for brands such as Canon, HBO, New Orleans Tourism, Scotts Miracle-Gro, and Uniqlo.
Affectionally nicknamed “GauxGirl,” she is known for her positivity and adventurous creative spirit. Independently, she has launched her own jewelry line, designed a t-shirt for The Gap, filmed several music videos, shot a documentary on Tobago Fashion Week, and published papers on the cuban hip hop industry.
Margaux is passionate about harnessing the power of media and technology for education and social good. She volunteers her creative services, and chairs the board of Healthy Kids in the Heights, a non-profit that works to combat childhood obesity in the uptown neighborhoods of New York City.