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Jerusalem Bridal Boudoir | Noa

Jerusalem Bridal Boudoir | Noa
Bridal boudoir is an opportunity for a woman to celebrate a beautiful milestone in her life and express her own unique sexuality. While the wedding is around the corner and most people are drowning in the chaos of planning their special day, it allows you to create a peaceful space where a woman can explore her femininity in a gorgeous setting. These are all elements [...]

Nachlaot Jerusalem Engagement | Samantha+ Matan

Nachlaot Jerusalem Engagement | Samantha+ Matan
You may remember this beautiful couple from their wedding that we posted a few months ago, but we love Samantha and Matan's Nachlaot engagement session so much that we couldn't pass up sharing it as well... When thinking about where they wanted their session to take place, Nachlaot and the Machane Yehuda market was an easy answer for Sam and Matan. With Matan havin[...]

Baya’ar Wedding | Lea + Mike

Baya'ar Wedding | Lea + Mike
When looking for a place to have their wedding, Baya'ar was a perfect combination of things Lea and Mike both love - spending time in nature, beautiful aesthetics, dancing and having a good time. We really connected with Lea and Mike from when we first met them (via Skype!), as they both have a love of analog photography, and Mike is a filmmaker himself. While film[...]

Olmaya Wedding | Shterny + Yossi

Olmaya Wedding | Shterny + Yossi
While putting together this incredible Olmaya wedding, my seven-year-old daughter walked past the gallery of images. With her wide, twinkling eyes and goofy smile, she exclaimed, "Who is that beautiful bride?!" When I told her it was a wedding that we photographed in the summer of last year she said, "You're STILL working on it?" No, Ziva. Thank you. We just haven'[...]

Florentin Engagement | Lea + Mike

Florentin Engagement | Lea + Mike
Lea and Mike had been living in Israel for several years, and they both wanted their engagement session to be in a place that they spent so much of their time together since they would be moving back to the United States shortly after their wedding.  For them, Tel Aviv was their place. I loved photographing Lea and Mike with the streets of Florentin as their backdrop,[...]

Hamam Wedding | Samantha + Matan

Hamam Wedding | Samantha + Matan
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[...]

Ella Valley Portraits | Golani Family

Ella Valley Portraits | Golani Family
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 [...]

Havat Allenby Wedding | Tahel + Tamir

Havat Allenby Wedding | Tahel + Tamir
Every couple has their own unique journey that leads them to each other. For Tahel and Tamir, the path that led them to a beautiful summer day wedding at Havat Allenby spanned continents halfway around the world. While they both grew up in Israel, it wasn't until Tahel's travels took her to Australia that the two of them would meet. Being in a new country for the firs[...]

Bamboo Village Netanya Wedding | Sarah + Marcos

Bamboo Village Netanya Wedding | Sarah + Marcos
There are many factors that go into choosing a venue. When Sarah and Marcos decided on Bamboo Village in Netanya it was no different. Their love for sand and surf,  having an open space that they could infuse with personal touches, and a great dance floor all went into consideration. One thing that they could not have planned for though was the record-setting sandstor[...]