I have been practicing photography my whole life. As a photographer for the Government Press Agency, I accompanied state leaders and documented their public lives as well as their privet ones. For the daily newspaper “Maariv”, I covered a wide range of themes within the Israeli day to day life.
In the early 80’s my wife and I were amongst the founding families of Nataf, a small village in the Judean Hills, west of Jerusalem. In those days construction was done slowly, but with a lot of persistence and enthusiasm by the evolving community. A tragedy struck the family when my son Yair was killed in 2000. His death made me question what others might have taken for granted. After the incident I did not photograph for over 10 years. I sought tranquility, and perhaps a reason to move on.
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