Born in Haifa, Israel in 1984. Raised in Tel Aviv by an American Mother and an Israeli father.I started photographing at age 15. I quickly fell in love with photography as an art form as well as a language that I felt I was able to understand and use in order to communicate the way I see my surroundings.
When I was 18 year old I was drafted to the Israeli Army, where I served for two years as a military photographer in a highly classified unit in the Intelligence division.
In 2005 I moved to New York to complete a BFA in photography at The School of Visual Arts.
I graduated with Honors in May 2009, and was fortunate enough to be chosen as the single student to receive the Tierney Fellowship. Thanks to the Fellowship's support I managed to begin the project I have been wishing to embark on for over a decade- “Was it a Dream”.