My love for craft and design began in a small ceramics class in my home town. At the age of 16 I found myself sitting at the turning wheel next to middle class mothers and grandmothers, turning cups and salad bowls for my mother.
At the age of 18 I was drafted to the IDF where I served for three years. In my first two years I served as a combat soldier and in my final year I was transferred into a development unit where I learned a great deal about developing new products and thinking processes.
From there the road turned and twisted and led me to a fine carpentry owned by designer\carpenter Nimrod Eilam. In his carpentry I made my internship and learned my basic woodworking skills and the art of working with epoxy resins, combining the two into beautiful works of art.
Later on I went to work for Ben Tandler in his high end metal workshop. Again just as it was in the carpentry I started from zero and learned a completely new set of skills; working with mild and stainless steel, aluminum, brass and copper to create costume made furniture.
In 2015 I decided to go study
Industrial design in Bezalel was a natural choice for me.
Ever since I'v been focusing on my academic work alongside my private passions for material and traditional craft, developing design skills and working them into my private work.