I was born in 1976 and raised in Sasa, a small Kibbutz in Northern Israel. At the age of 22, I lived in London, where I was accepted to apprentice for the well known architectural photographer Helene Binet. It was during this time that I discovered my true passion for photography. After returning to Israel, I studied photography at Hadassah College in Jerusalem.
My personal growth and inner psychological world are the focal point of my artistic work as a photographer. One of the main themes in my work is the continuous exploration of my origins and landscapes of the places where I grew up in. Through my photography, the physical and metaphorical landscape of the Kibbutz is examined and revealed in an ambivalent atmosphere which is aesthetically beautiful, but at the same time exposes a dark, haunting world, which becomes my own fantasy playground. Read more>>