I make videos and write, but not necesarily in that order. 

I made my first short film at the ripe age of thirty, after retiring from a short but brief career as a lawyer.

Aflutter at the magic of the fluctuating pixel, I threw myself (safely, feet first) into the cinema, “the industry,” as it’s called in Los Angeles. I hear.

I worked in all the great departments. Camera, Art, Production. Subtitling. I was terrible at all of them.

At some point people started paying me to write scripts for commercial videos, which is good because you can only win $100 by correctly guessing how many jelly beans are in a jar so many times before people get wise to the fact that you’re either a savant or the first cousin of Fred, the guy who runs the Guess-How-Many-Jelly-Beans contest at the local state fair. 

But commercials aren’t as lucrative as you might think. To round out my income, I keep directing short films and writing screenplays. I also made a web series for Israel’s Public Broadcaster. I know, I’m a total sellout.

Now I want to hear all about you.