I am a professional photographer, one who has spent her life in a mix of cultures.
I was born in a kibbutz in Israel. When I was three years old, my family moved to Belgium, where I lived until the end of high school, with the exception of one year when my family was in New York City.
I then went back to college in Israel, where I studied cinema and television
at the University of Tel Aviv. After another two years in Belgium, I moved once again to New York City, where I first lived in Chinatown, and eventually, on Roosevelt Island.
These days, I work primarily in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community as a weeding photographer, where concealment of femininity is an essential part of their way of life.
Women and men are separated during the wedding festivities, and I photograph the women's side.