I was born in Leningrad in 1972, in a family where photography took impotent place in family life.  My dad taught me how to take pictures, how to develop film, and how to print photos.  Several times a year, our bathroom has been turned into a photo printing lab.  I was waiting for the moment when my dad and I set in the bathroom with the red lantern and the magic was happened!  It was like an adventure in a magical land!
1989 we moved to Israel. I graduated from the Civil Engineering Faculty at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and served 3 years in the army. But after 3 years working as an engineer, my love for photography led me to photography school. And from 2005 I became a professional photographer.

I had several solo exhibitions, my work was published in various magazines both in Israel and abroad. One of the main characters in my pictures is a Human Been.

I believe that art can change the world for the better.

I love looking at the world through my camera lens, get excited every time I pick up my a camera, share my vision with the world and may be make it a little better!