I was born on Moshav Ben Shemen adjacent to the Ben Shemen Forest.
I spent many days in the forest with my Father. Apparently that’s how I developed a great love for trees. During my adolescent years we lived in Tel Aviv until the family moved to Cholon. There, I came to love the sands. At present, I live on the Moshav Kefar Pines. Nature has always been close to my heart.
After my military service, I joined a group that settled on Kibbutz Amiad where I was a shepherdess. I married while at the Kibbutz and after 4 years we moved to Moshav Gan Shomron. There we raised our family and I helped in the farm work.
During the Six Day War, my husband, Michael, was killed. After 4 years of hard work on the farm we moved to Tel Aviv. I worked for a Public Relations company for 10 years and also studied at the Tel-Aviv University.
I have loved aesthetic activities very much ever since my youth. My Photography began with worldwide travels with my husband. I adopted the camera as an expressive tool. Since I fell in love with the camera, I studied photography at Oddessia of Massa Acher in Tel Aviv. For me, the camera has been a means of illustrating personal experiences and impressions.
I have exhibited my photographic art works for over a decade in group and individual exhibitions.