Yoram Roth is the kind of person you rarely find in Berlin. Though Berlin-born (1968), he was raised in New York, where he acquired and honed his unique personality and cosmopolitan charm. In the city that never sleeps, he completed his photography studies at Fordham University in 1990 and moved back to his hometown in 2007. Only then did Roth start to commit to fine art photography. Today his own photographic work is handled by CAMERA WORK and has been shown internationally. The father of three sons splits the rest of his time between building a photography collection and leading...
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