I was born in 1980 in Bat-Yam, Israel.
I work and live in Modi'in-Maccabim-Re'ut and Jerusalem, Israel.
In 2000 I graduated from Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel (Bachelor in Logistics and Economics).
Following a career in the logistics field I decided at the age of 27 to take up photography as my primary profession.
In 2013 I graduated from the Department of Photographic Communications at Hadassah College, Jerusalem, Israel.
I exhibited my works in galleries both in Israel and internationally.
My photographs have been featured in national and international art & photography magazines, newspapers and blogs.
I am a strong believer in the ability of documentary photography to serve not just as a tool which represents the functionality of one structure or another but also as a means of expressing social views and political stance.
My perspective offers the examination of architecture and landscape against the backdrop of social and political conflicts. According to this concept, the architectural design of the environment in which we live is not an act of innocent creativity which is detached from reality but an act affected by more complex processes and motives.
By documenting the landscape I'm acting as a cultural critic of the society in which I live.
Often the criticism is very subtle and implicit, but it can be understood from the story as a whole because the pictures serve both as document and subjective interpretation.
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