There is a quiet magical feeling about the ancient Roman port of Caesarea; waves crashing on the weathered stones. After getting ready at the not so distant Elma Arts Complex, it was there, on the remains of a Herodian street in Caesarea Cellars and surrounded by family and friends, that Kiley and Maayan stepped in to the next chapter of their lives together. Kiley[...]
I think it's safe to say that Lifta has become one of our favorite Jerusalem portrait locations. With its mix of greenery and ruins, it provides a versatile setting, while remaining quiet and off the beaten path. When Adelle contacted me and began describing what she wished to capture in her session, I knew that Lifta was the perfect fit. Adelle made sure to stop i[...]
The handsome Israeli soldier falls for the gorgeous American girl on a Birthright trip may at first seem like the classic love story when it comes to Jewish weddings in Israel. Yet, Samantha and Matan are so special, that you can feel their unique connection and love just by being around them. From preparations in the German Colony, to portraits in the beautiful Na[...]
There's something about the Ella Valley that brings back such fond memories of driving through California. Radio on, windows down, and wind in your hair. At the same time, the Roman era ruins sprinkled in make it so uniquely Israel. When discussing locations with the Golani family for their family portraits, I think we all knew that we would be hard-pressed to find a [...]
As a creative, I think that it is important to do things that push yourself. To move out of your comfort zone as often as possible. So last spring, with a camera and just one roll of film in hand, I set off to Shuk HaCarmel in Tel Aviv. There I met up with Fabiana Kocubey, a talented photographer herself, for coffee and an impromptu session...