Born in Haifa, Israel.
Graduated from the Dunia-Weitzmann Conservatory, the piano department.
BA.mu in composition from the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at the Tel Aviv University. Participated in The English National Theater program for young directors and Robert Wilson’s Watermill program.
Between the years 2001-2011 worked as assistant director in Tel Aviv, Antwerpen, Oviedo, Rome, Milano (La Scala), Moscow, Palermo, Vienna (Theater an der Wien, Wiener Staatsoper) and Glyndebourne, with directors such as Franco Zefirelli, David Pountney, Mariame Clement and many others.
Awarded the America-Israel Culture Foundation scholarship.
As a director staged projects for, among others, the Israeli Opera, The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, The Haifa Symphony Orchestra, The Be’er Sheva Symphony Orchestra, The Israeli Vocal Arts Institute (IVAI) and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.
Recently directed the production "Mozart Pasticcio" for Dresden's Semper Zwei and the Asia premiere of Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia" in Tianjin, China.
Lives in Vienna, Austria.