(Haifa, Israel, 1981) I have been involved in theater and dance from an early age, being my father an actor and theater teacher and studying ballet at the conservatory of Tel-Aviv, and later, modern and contemporary dance at Barcelona.
I studied two years of Fine Arts at Barcelona University (UB) and in 2007 I graduated in Choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam.
In 2008 I got in contact with the clown discipline, trough Jango Edwards and his Cabaret Cabron. In the same year I began to create my own sketches, performing in numerous cabarets, festivals and poetry encounters. With one of them, I won the first prize at the Comic Festival of Figueres 2011. I have also studied with Christophe Thellier, Fanny Giraud, Virginia Imaz, Johnny Melville, Miner Montell, Pepa Plana, Jef Johnson, Tom Greder, Alex Navarro, etc.
As a performer, I have worked in dance, theater, clown and performance art projects in several European countries (the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Spain). I did my stage from SNDO with David Zambrano and with Diego Piñón (México). I was a member of the interdisciplinary group of music and dance improvisation The Moving Point (Amsterdam). I worked in projects of Amaranta Velarde, Maria Stoyanova, La Fura dels Baus, Joao Black, Jeremy Wade, Guillem Mont, Katerina Bakatesaki (with choreography of Min Tanaka), etc.
In 2010 I made the solo Genesis Joplin and in 2013 Lucy Live. Currently I also work as a hospital clown with Pallapupas and I teach at the Col·legi de Teatre de Barcelona and Laboratorio Escuela.