New York, NY, USA
Born and raised in 1974 in the little desert town of Arad, Israel, I had plenty of time to ponder over the mysteries of the universe. After I found no news, at the age of 16 my dad gave me my first Canon AE-1 camera and I was soon honing my lens on the scud missiles and Syrian fighter jets that flew over my backyard. Happy days...
1999 - Struggling in the land of milk & honey. Assisting top photographers in the same format as in Sydney. After a while I opened my own studio in the darkest and dirtiest shit-hole in Tel-Aviv. I couldn't be happier. Soon I'll be working with model agencies and magazines specializing in portraits and fashion.
2004 - After a long period of time devoted to build up my career, I found the time to go back to my old passion... Traveling. I combine my travels with the passion of documentary photography. Once a year I travel to different places and bring back all kinds of photo essays.
2007 - Intensive work with "Al Hashulchan" gastronomic magazine. I shoot "The Book of New Israeli Food" published by "Schoken" a division of Randomhouse. Also shooting reportage for "Blazer" magazine and Editorial portraits for "Pnai plus" magazine.
Yesterday - I live and work in Tel Aviv, trying to keep the interest and fun in life. I D.J. now and then in several bars in the city, spreading around my own special taste in music. I ride my bike as much as I can and feed my cat twice a day.
Today - Living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
2008 - Created the popular vinyl collecting website Dust & Grooves.
2014 - Published the book Dust & Grooves: Adventures in Record Collecting.
2016 - Working on my new book Stompbox: A Visual Exploration of the Guitar Pedal.
Regular contributor for Saveur Magazine, Sky Magazine, Al Hashulchan Magazine.
Travel Portfolio - West Africa
Adventures from West Africa. Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo and Cameroon