Photography remains my life passion.
After a long career of over 40 years in the field first as a photographer and then as senior photography curator I retired from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem in 2013 where I created and headed the Noel and Harriette Levine Department of Photography. Following my retirement I served for two and a half years as Vice President of the Shpilman Institute for Photography (SIP). At the moment I am working as a free lance researcher, curator and adviser.
Based on my extensive experience in the practice and theory of photography I am proud to offer my knowledge, expertise and services in all domains and activities connected to the medium.