I started working in Zaza Studios in 1995, as an assistant engineer. About two years later I became chief engineer and since Zaza became Israel's leading recording studio in those days, I had the privilege of working with the cream of the crop of Israeli musicians and artists: Shlomoh Artzi, Meir Ariel, Evyatar Banay, Aviv Geffen, Ivri Leader, Rita and Rami Kleinstein and many more.
In 2001 I established "Zaza Music" - Zaza's music production department, and produced several projects with my friend and colleague Assaf Dar - among those is Daniel Solomon's debut album.In 2007 I left the studio and began freelancing as an independent sound engineer and producer. Since then I've recorded and mixed dozens of songs and commercials, and produced two albums: "I Got the Hotties" debut and Ohad Eilam's debut. I started programming and synthesizing in 2002, and in recent years I did much of that for Audio ID (Israel's leading audio branding company) and for Shmulik Noifeld (with whom I did commercials for Coca-Cola, Sprite, Osem, Nestle and many more).I've been teaching synthesis and sound since 2007, firstly at Resonance School for Music and Technology, and since 2010 in Rimon School for Contemporary Music. I'm also a certified Avid Pro Tools instructor