Born in Tel Aviv, 1966
Studied Photography at Goldsmith’s College, University of London, UK
In the year 2000 she received the Fulbright Artist Award in Architectural Photography, spending one year as a Fulbright artist and a visiting scholar at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University in New York.
In 2002 she received the Japan Foundation Artist Fellowship photographing Contemporary Glass Architecture in Japan. Visiting scholar at Waseda University, Tokyo.
In 2004 she received the Graham Foundation Grant, Chicago, for the travelling exhibition “ Reflected Transparency: Contemporary Architects Working in Glass” curated by Botond Bognar.
From 1992 to 2002 she has worked in the field of Archaeological Photography mostly as a specialist in ancient funeral painting for major museums in Europe such as the British Museum, the National Gallery of London, the Archaeological Museum of Napoli, the Archaeological Museum of Izmir and as head photographer in several museums in Greece.
In 1998 she initiated her career as an architectural photographer working internationally and her work has been published in various books of architecture and periodicals such as Casabella, 2G, Quaderns, Harvard Design Magazine and Bauwelt. Her work has been exhibited in major museums and institutions in US, Japan and Europe such as Sotheby’s in New York, the Benaki Museum in Athens, the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen, the Royal Photographic Society in Bath, the Museum of Finnish Architecture in Helsinki and others.
From 2003 she has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architectural Photography at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, New York.
She is currently working on three monographs: Scandinavian Contemporary Architecture, South American Contemporary Architecture and the architecture firm Smith Miller & Hawkinson in the USA. Her monograph “Landscape as Architecture”, a collection of selected works of thirty five architects around the world, with contributed texts by Juhani Pallasmaa, Kenneth Frampton, Alessio Assonitis, Dimitris Filippidis, Jilly Traganou, Roland Hagenberg, is to be published by Columbia University Press in November 2010.