Born in 1954 Haim immigrated with his parents at the age of 12, from socialist Romania to Israel, arriving some 8 months before the 6 Days War to the urban periphery of Beer Sheva.
He has arrived at photography as a hobby in 2016, after a career in the field of Quality Management and Organizational Learning, engineering disciplines that basically consist of improving systems and organizations by constantly finding and fixing flaws.
He is now focused on finding beauty everywhere, even in imperfection (and maybe especially there!).
The fields that hold the most fascination at the moment are street, documentary, and urban.
He seeks to create narrative and meaningful experiences for the viewer, encompassing a sense of his connection with the subject, and attempting at the same time to capture and convey something about that subject's inner qualities.
His first regular course in photography was at the beginning of 2019 and he is inspired by the work of photographers like Alex Levac, Oded Wagenstein, Joel Meyerowitz, and classics of street and documentary.