I started learning photography at thirteen when spending time with my younger cousin at our grandmother’s house in the Kibbutz. From there it became a hobby, a profession, forgotten hobby and now somewhat of a part-time profession \ full-time obsession.
I work in the intersection between Creative and Documentary photography. To paraphrase the description of the great American photographer Sam Abell, my style of photography is documentary in the sense that I record the world as it is, however, it has transcendent qualities that start at the documentary level, yet open to interpretation on an aesthetic level as well.
I am inspired by the natural world and especially by the seas and oceans.