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 our world inside, the reality outside is also complex and made up of layers.
The images of the dust reflected on the window, were taken after a several very dusty days. They said on the radio that all that dust came from the Arabian deserts, and I thought how symbolism has no boundaries, and all the walls people build are meaningless few days later
The rain came and erased all the episodes.
The series is a work in progress, and is in fact an autobiographical journey. Springtime reminds us of our son, Yair, who is in another space and time. Everything is in constant motion, nature gives and takes. You need a deep understanding to let go all the time.
Nature has no boundaries and limitations, and we must always remember that life is holy. That’s the important thing.