I was born in Israel in 1973.
I was a creative executive, and has worked in advertising since 2000, the year I graduated from the NB Haifa School of Design. I have always painted.
In 2003, I reinvented myself in a unique style that I have developed. In retrospect, it proved to be a life-changing medicine, leading to my recovery from an illness that lasted 16 years.
My paintings are influenced by modernist views inspired by the advertising world, illustration, naive paintings and pop art, which create a new language that allows me to express my ideas of the world through depictions of personal scenes.
In 2011 I had my first solo exhibition titled “Taking the Black out of the Scale”.
Since then, my work has been displayed in several group shows, solo shows and art fairs in Israel and France.
Painting for me is not an activity but a need and therefore it is an inseparable part of my life.
It is a medicine without a prescription, which allows me to cope, grow and reexamine myself time and time again.