I am a filmmaker and a potter.
I was born in Israel in 1974. I made films since I was in high school and that has always been my passion.
I earned a bachelor's degree in film and TV at Tel Aviv University, and made several short films while there.
My passion for movies led me to direct, in 2006, the International Student Film Festival in Israel, which is the largest festival of its kind in the world.
In fall 2006, I moved to NY to study film at Columbia University's graduate Film program, and earned a MFA in Film directing, in 2008. During those studies, I made three short films, which were shown several international festivals, including the NY Film Festival in 2006.
Over the years, I have made a commercial, music videos, shorts, documentaries and commissioned feature films.
In 2009 I moved to Princeton and started a family.
I started working as a filmmaker at the Lewis Center for the Arts' communications office, at Princeton University.
In 2011 I was developing a feature film called: "The Professor's Wife". I wrote a script and developed it in a script to preproduction workshop in NYC.
In 2020, in the midst of the COVID 19 pandemic I learned pottery. I fell in love with pottery, and kept practicing and developing as an artist at our car port for a year. In September 2021, I have joined an artist co-op at Princeton, where I have a studio, I sell my work, and I communicate with other amazing local artists.