Born in 1984, a graduate of the Orthodox school, Yeshivat Ponevezh in Bnei Brak, and the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem. A master’s degree student in literature and philosophy at The Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students of Tel Aviv University.
Wrote and created (Along with Ori Elon) the drama series Shtisel, which ran for 2 seasons and 24 episodes and was broadcasted on YES. Shtisel won 17 awards from the Israeli Academy of Television.
His graduation film, Driver, won the best film and best acting awards of the Sam Spiegel School, 2011 and also participated in the Jerusalem Film Festival.
His full-length documentary Ponevezh Time, premiered in official competition in the Haifa Film Festival 2012 and was nominated for Best Documentary Film at the Israeli Academy Awards. In 2015, he wrote and directed The Cantor and the Sea, a short film who won the best director prize in Jerusalem Film Festival.
Driver, his first full-length film, an Israeli-French production, will be released in 2018. Wrote (along with Ori Elon) and directed Autonomies, a 6-part mini-series for HOT, produced by Herzeliya Studios.