This year began the third round of the photography project. Both professional and amateur photographers take part in it. The head of the project is Dan Avraham who was injured during the Second Lebanon War. Dan studied photography and is currently a well respected professional photographer. He took his expertise and love of photography and began teaching other injured soldiers how to see life through a different lens, literally and figuratively. The mentor of the project is the well-known military photographer, Ziv Koren. The 20 members of the project meet once a week at Beit Achim for both theoretical and practical studies.
Below are just a few examples of their work which will be soon shown in different cities around the Jewish world. If you are interested in bringing their work to your community, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.