Tags archives: Tel Aviv

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[...]

Old City Jaffa Engagement | Simcha + Avi

Old City Jaffa Engagement | Simcha + Avi
The Old City vibe in Israel always feels a little magical, but when paired with the ocean waves in Jaffa, you really can't ask for a better backdrop. Simcha and Avi met through friends and their first date was actually in the Jerusalem Shuk. With a shared passion for food and cooking, poetry and the fine things in life, it's not hard to imagine how they fell in lov[...]

HaTachana Tel Aviv Engagement | Galia + Michael

HaTachana Tel Aviv Engagement | Galia + Michael
We met at HaTachana in Tel Aviv on a beautiful summer evening for their engagement session. Being so close to the beach it made it the perfect location to add some variety. Galia had always dreamt of a session by the sea, so after spending time in the old train station we headed down to the water... It was during her first time visiting Israel, while on a trip with[...]

Shuk HaCarmel Portraits | Fabiana Kocubey

Shuk HaCarmel Portraits | Fabiana Kocubey
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...