Benjamin Petit

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ABOUT

Benjamin Petit is a French documentary photographer and the co-director of #Dysturb, a nonprofit formed by photojournalists wishing to make visual information freely accessible to a wider audience by pasting large images in city streets. Benjamin Petit has led #Dysturb campaigns in various city hubs, teaming up with institutions such as the United Nations, the European Parliament, the Magnum Foundation and Instagram.

Benjamin’s photojournalistic work is focused on social inequality and climate change related issues. He covered the Arab Spring aftermath in Yemen, the refugee crisis in Lebanon and has recently been documenting climate refugees in the Dominican Republic.

He received the Paris Match special jury award, the New York Times award at the Eddie Adams workshop and the Chapnik award at the Missouri Photo workshop. Benjamin Petit is a Fulbright scholar. His work has been published in The New York Times, Days Japan, Le Figaro and Paris Match among other publications.

ABOUT

Benjamin Petit is a French documentary photographer and the co-director of #Dysturb, a nonprofit formed by photojournalists wishing to make visual information freely accessible to a wider audience by pasting large images in city streets. Benjamin Petit has led #Dysturb campaigns in various city hubs, teaming up with institutions such as the United Nations, the European Parliament, the Magnum Foundation and Instagram.

Benjamin’s photojournalistic work is focused on social inequality and climate change related issues. He covered the Arab Spring aftermath in Yemen, the refugee crisis in Lebanon and has recently been documenting climate refugees in the Dominican Republic.

He received the Paris Match special jury award, the New York Times award at the Eddie Adams workshop and the Chapnik award at the Missouri Photo workshop. Benjamin Petit is a Fulbright scholar. His work has been published in The New York Times, Days Japan, Le Figaro and Paris Match among other publications.

ABOUT

Benjamin Petit is a French documentary photographer and the co-director of #Dysturb, a nonprofit formed by photojournalists wishing to make visual information freely accessible to a wider audience by pasting large images in city streets. Benjamin Petit has led #Dysturb campaigns in various city hubs, teaming up with institutions such as the United Nations, the European Parliament, the Magnum Foundation and Instagram.

Benjamin Petit’s photojournalistic work is focused on social inequality and climate change related issues. He covered the Arab Spring aftermath in Yemen, the refugee crisis in Lebanon and has recently been documenting climate refugees in the Dominican Republic.

He received the Paris Match special jury award, the New York Times award at the Eddie Adams workshop and the Chapnik award at the Missouri Photo workshop. Benjamin Petit is a Fulbright scholar. His work has been published in The New York Times, Days Japan, Le Figaro and Paris Match among other publications.