Swiss magazine Saldo commissioned me to photograph general street scenes in central Jerusalem, for the "Living Abroad" section of this week's issue. Saldo magazine provides news and information about health, employment, money, insurance, housing, travel and communications.
Had a lot of fun photographing the inventors of SportVU, a system which tracks the positional location of players and the ball during the game and enables detailed player and team analysis which can be used to support development and decision-making at all levels of sports organizations for The Wall Street Journal.
Read the full story by Ben Cohen online.
Photo editor Timmy Huynh
Sunrise over the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon in Hebrew), the world's largest erosion crater in the Negev desert, southern Israel, on October 18, 2017.
A woman watches the sunrise over the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon in Hebrew), the world's largest erosion crater in the Negev desert, southern Israel, on October 18, 2017.
Male Nubian Ibex fight for the right to breed by pushing against each other with their horns near the edge of the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon in Hebrew), the world's largest erosion crater in the Negev desert, southern Israel, on October 18, 2017.
A worker removes notes containing prayers, messages, and photos which were left by visitors, from the cracks between the stones of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel, on September 17, 2017, ahead of the upcoming Jewish New Year Holiday.
Shot for KNA Katholische Nachrichten-Agentur
I'm happy to be a part of a new photo exhibition titled "A Country in Uniform" in the exhibition hall of Masada National Park in Israel, alongside 13 other Israeli photographers, with this photo of Israeli soldiers at the Hall of Remembrance of the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
The exhibition will run until 1 January 2018.
List of other participating photographers: Tomer Appelbaum Vaknin, Erez Ben Simon, Daniel Bar-On, Anat Vaknin Appelbaum, Kobi Wolf, Lior Mizrahi, Matanya Tausig, Yoray Liberman, Ilan Mizrahi, Abir Sultan, Ahikam Seri, Alex Kolomoisky, Deborah Cherki.
Portraits of the Director of the Museum of Islamic Art in Jerusalem, Nadim Shiban, on July 20, 2017.
The wreckage of a burnt down car is seen from Krayot Lookout Point, which lies at the top of an extension of Mount Amasa, the higher area of the Yatir region, in close proximity to the 1949 Armistice Agreements, or the Green Line, south of the West Bank Palestinian town of Hebron, on July 12, 2017.
Prince of Wales Road, Camden, London, July 2017
Earlier this month, my wife and I spent six days in Ireland, three on the road in County Clare and three in Dublin. Six days aren't enough to even scratch the surface of almost any country, so I'll avoid labeling this assortment of photos as "the essence of Ireland" or as anything remotely similar. Instead, you're invited to look at the slideshow of photos below, taken on our little journey across a small part of this beautiful country and passively join us in scratching the surface, but just barely...