I began my musical career as a jazz saxophonist, and studied as a teenager at the "Thelma Yellin school of arts". Alongside the great enjoyment of playing I've wanted to channel my creativity into other ways of expression, and started composing, arranging, and orchestrating.
I then decided to combine my love of movies and composing, and studied as a filmscoring major at "Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music".  Thus gaining experience in writing and arranging for a various array of musical ensembles and styles, from solo pieces through chamber ensembles to a full symphonic orchestra.
It is my belief that music is one of the most sublime ways to express emotions and various moods, and that its purpose when it's written for a film/play or similar media is to allow the director to achieve his intentions with yet another powerful and important tool.