French photographer Pierre Terdjman (France,1979) started his carrer as a staff photographer for the left-wing israeli daily Haaretz where he covered the israeli palestinian conflict.He moved back to France in 2007 to take a job as a staff photographer at the Gamma agency till 2009.he has since then worked on post electoral violences in Kenya,the Russian-Georgian conflict, Afghanistan,Haiti after the earthquake.More recently, he photographed the "Arab spring", where he covered the fall of Ben Ali in Tunisia,the fall of Mubarak in Egypt,and the liberation struggle against Gaddafi in Libya.
In 2014 Pierre covered for many months the conflict in Central African Republic, the project have been shown in different festivals and exhibitions like Visa pour l'image in 2015.
since 2014 Pierre is collaborating with l'Agence Francaise de devellopement and Unicef as a video director to document their prjects in places like Niger, Ivory Coast.
Pierre is the co-founder of the project #DYSTURB.
He is working since 2015 on the evolution of the youth in our society.The New York Times,Gq Magazine,Paris-Match and other publications regulary publish his work.
Pierre is represented by Myriam Bouagal Gallery.