I was born in Tel Aviv, got married in Jerusalem, and together with my wife Tchiya, we founded a village in the Judean Mountains, in between those different two great cities, called Nataf. I live on a nature reserve, love the city I was born in, and my photography moves between spaces. Between the human and abstract, an unplanned, non-directed, unprocessed encounter, with a simple reality and wild nature on my way home. In recent years, , I try to create a different viewpoint using the camera. I try to convey a world of layers, telling us that, much like...
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