Born in Jerusalem, Israel, jewelry and artistic creation have been part of my life since an early age.
After mastering the basic techniques of jewelry on my own, through hard work and professional courses, I started studies at the Department of Jewelry and Fashion at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, from which I graduated with honors 4 years later. Soon afterwards I established my own workshop.
During my studies at Bezalel, I have won several awards, including the Evelin Graber and the Romi Shapira awards in Judaica, the Lockman award in applicative design and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for excellence in design.
My works were presented in several exhibitions, including “Artic 9” exhibition of the America Israel Cultural Foundation Sharet scholarship program winners, the Genia Schreiber university art gallery, Tel Aviv (2007) “Designed in Israel 2007” Riding power station, Tel Aviv.
Graduates exhibitions, “Bezalel 100” terminal 1 Ben-Gurion airport (2006)
My studio is located at Har-Adar, Israel, where I also live, and is open for visitors.
My process of creation consists of several stages, starting from the birth of a concept, through research on shapes,
colors and materials,that solidifies into sketches, ending with jewels made of silver, gold and stones.
I take my inspiration from a wide variety of areas, including plants, animals and organic structures, childhood games and toys, graphics and ornaments .My works emphasize movement, interaction, composition and dynamism.