#Dysturb is a community of photographers willing to make photojournalism accessible to a wider audience, sticking big news pictures in the streets. By taking on public spaces with human scale pictures, #Dysturb cut out from traditional publishing avenues and offers a new visibility to photojournalism.
It’s the strong will to focus on the essence of our work: give to see and relay testimonies of people that trust us on the ground. Photojournalism is a universal language with the power to demolish stereotypes. It can trigger discussions, alert consciences and further assist people with the keys to better understand world events.
Co-founded by Pierre Terdjman and Benjamin Girette, #Dysturb is a network of professionals driven by the desire to make information freely accessible through the occupation of urban spaces. Their values are: defend an editorial line free of commercial influence, not damaging public spaces by using water based adhesive, respecting the sensitivity of the youngest. #Dysturb wants to be appropriate for all ages.