Tamar is a Tel-Aviv based visual storyteller, documentray photographer and photovoice practitioner.
Studied Photojournalism and Reportage in EFTI-International Center to Photography in Madrid, she is a member of Native Agency and Diversify Photos.
B.A in honors in Sociology and Anthropology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and M.A in Local Development from Padova University (Italy).
Her M.A thesis dissertation examine the photovoice methodology as a narrative and visual tool for community development.
She is the Arts and Communication Director of “People of the Streets”A photovoice international project that create space to voice and represent homeless communities firsthand. Over the past 5 years her work focused on gender issues; femininity and women’s rights, peace building and faith and religion.
Passionate about visual storylling as a means to voice silenced social issues and fringed cultural phenomena. Fluent in Hebrew and English, proficient in French and Spanish, basic in Italian.
2021, עם חופשי בארצו, תערוכת המחאה (”People Free in their Land: Protests of 2020), Rabin Square Tel Aviv
The Other Hundred Healers Photo Exhibition ,Hong Kong Baptist University,
Department of Journalism
2020, 'Mazal Tov',Museum of Anthropology Madrid
2018, Winning photos from marathon, International Photography Festival, Tel Aviv,
Israel 2018, Nem Bilong Mi: Papua New Guinea,Y Gallery cafe, Jerusalem.
2016, Invisible People of Paris, SciencesPo, Paris.
2016, Wigs, Department of Anthropology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2021, Winner, International Photography Marathon by PHOTO IS:RAEL
2020, Winner ‘Don’t Tell Me How to be a Woman’ competition, Goethe Institute
2020,'Protests in Israel', The Other Hundred Online Gallery
2019, IED Scholarship for Master’s in Photography, Madrid
2018, First prize, PHOTO IS:RAEL Street Photography Marathon, Tel Aviv, Israel