Roei Greenberg grew up in Kibbutz Yiftach, a small community in northern Israel located on the border with Lebanon. Since growing up in a landscape blighted by conflict, Greenberg is particularly drawn to photographing the topography of his home country. He served in the Israeli army for a mandatory 3 years and was stationed along the Israeli borders, this restriction of movement in the landscape, later became a key element in his research.
Greenberg’s works are exhibited all over the world and belong to a number of prestigious collections. In 2014, Greenberg won the landscape category at the Sony World Photography Awards. In 2017 Greenberg’s recent body of work, titled ‘Along The Break’ was chosen as a finalist at the Magnum Photography Awards, shortlisted for the Felix Schoeller Photo Award, and has been exhibited worldwide in venues such as: 'Fresh Paint' art fair (Tel Aviv), Ildiko Butler Gallery (NYC), the Athens Photo Festival (Athens), and The Photographers Gallery (London).