Born in Jerusalem in 1983, he is a Master’s Degree student in Literature at Tel Aviv University. He is a graduate of the Matan writing workshop, “Ketovet – Makom Leshira”, the creative writing program of Tel Aviv University and classes for Hebrew-Arabic poetry at the Helicon School of Poetry.
His poems were published in various journals, among them – “Helicon” “Orot”, “Almanac” and “Ho!”. His book “The Ceiling of the Land” was published by Keshev Leshira publishers. This book won the Minister of Culture and Sports Prize for fledgling poets.
In 2011, he won the Teva Prize for Poetry, awarded in the Metula Poetry Festival (the prize was shared between him and Sigal Ben Yair).