I’m 42 years old. Living with my spouse, our two boys (5, 9), and 5,427 Lego parts. Born and raised in Israel.
When I was a law student in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, I used to look at the Art students passing by to Bezalel (the Art Academy in the next building) thinking to myself ‘why am I not there?’. After ten years of practicing criminal law, this dream of being a photographer came true and I replaced the black and white lawyers uniform in a world full of color.
A year ago I moved with my family from a kibbutz in the Jezreel Valley to a small village in a forest near Barcelona. How did it happen? Read on.
I shoot food and design – products, fashion and interior design.
In other words, I document craftsmen and artists of all kinds.
My portfolio is here.
I also teach photography and photo editing, using my experience as an instructor in the army and in the university. I believe that anyone can take beautiful pictures, with a little knowledge, and lots of practice.
My photography workshops will be back soon.
Apart from that, I’m writing this blog.
This is a vegetarian’s travel blog of that lives in a “culinary mixed” family (with an Argentinian partner and children who eat enough if there are no greens), that also loves art, small alleyways and relaxing view.