“Theoretically, planning may be good. But nobody has ever figured out the cause of government stupidity - and until they do (and find the cure), all ideal plans will fall into quicksand.”
Richard Feynman

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The Last Minute

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I was never the type of person to truly leave anything to the last minute but – I was very self-disciplined! The flip-side to that was that I was always pressed to do things so that “they don’t get done in the last minute”. Recently I came to realize – that there maybe something to learn from “the last minute experience”! Read More »

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Glimpses 01 – November 2007

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this image was taken during the summer of 2006 during the war in lebanon. i had just given up my day-job/career and decided to embrace my passions: yoga and photography. i was a bit worried about photography – i was scared of becoming a photographer thinking there were already enough photographers out there and i really didn’t like the idea of someone (“customers”)infringing on my care-free photography habits. Read More »

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The Truth Is

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I just returned from a … lesson/session with Shahar’s group at Maagan Michael. I participate in these lessons as … ahum … a dancer and not as a photographer (so far!). Read More »

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Glimpses

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Glimpses is an idea I had to take some time to look back and recall some of the experiences and stories behind my images and to share them with you. Usually my memory recall is not very detailed, but looking back at the images seems to reconnect me to the experience. Time also seems to have an interesting effect on both my experience of the event during which the image was taken and of my perception of the image itself.

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live stills – a beginning

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When Shahar first invited me to the studio – the primary issues were the presence of a camera, photographer and of myself in the creative process that takes place in the studio. This created a powerful interaction for everyone involved. I was invited to explore the energetic and interactive qualities of being inside the creative space (at first the studio and later the stage) and intimate perspectives that are not available from a documentary point of view.

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