Regent's Park, London, June 2018
A view over the south London skyline and St Paul’s Cathedral from the viewing terrace at Tate Modern art gallery, London, June 2018.
Back in March, I photographed a story for U.S. News and World Report by Sara Toth Stub about Jordanian workers crossing the border each day to work in hotels around Eilat, Israel’s southernmost city.
A program between Israel and Jordan aims to fill the town’s labor shortage by allowing Jordanians into Eilat. However, Israeli government regulations limit them to cleaning jobs, forbids overnight stays and restricts access to only their places of employment.
Photo Editor: Avi Gupta
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Dead Sea, Israel, March 2018
A day in Munich, Germany, March 2018
A woman walks her dog, somewhere in Tyrol, Austria, March 2018.
A story I photographed for ADAC Reisemagazin focusing on the three monotheistic religions of Jerusalem: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity - each represented by an artist or a merchant. Words (in German only) by Christian Heinrich.
Photo Editors: Jasmin Rozencwajg, Silke Bodenberger, Florian Stern
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I had a very interesting time meeting and photographing Gil Kalai, a mathematician at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, for an article in Quanta Magazine titled: "The Argument Against Quantum Computers" by Katia Moskvitch, which is part of a series on quantum computing.
Quanta Magazine is an editorially independent online publication launched by the Simons Foundation to enhance public understanding of science.
Art Director: Olena Shmahalo
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I'm happy to kick off 2018 with a fun story by Sara Toth Stub about Jerusalem's cocktail bars scene that I photographed for the January issue of Rhapsody Magazine, the luxury-lifestyle and literary in-flight magazine for the first-class and premier cabins of United Airlines.
Photo editor: Jessie Adler, Ink
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Earlier this month, I was commissioned by photo editor Allison Gumbel of The Wall Street Journal to photograph a story about Israel's Jesus Trail by Tara Isabella Burton, for the Off Duty Travel section of the newspaper. Established in 2007 by David Landis, an American Christian hiking enthusiast, and Maoz Inon, an Israeli Jew who owns the Fauzi Azar Inn, the 40-mile Jesus Trail from Nazareth to the Sea of Galilee was designed as a counterpoint to the usual pilgrim itineraries that revolve around Jerusalem.
The story was published just before Christmas and you can read it online here.