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Urban Creatives of Tel Aviv: Through Photos and Words
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Urban Creatives of Tel Aviv: Through Photos and Words

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Updated: 2 December 2016
Tel Aviv is a bustling hot ball of energy packed with some of the world’s most creative personalities. Ido Biran is a talented local urban photographer best known for his popular account Tel-Avivi, which snapped 10 of these individuals in their natural habitat of Tel Aviv. Here, Tel Aviv’s urban creatives are seen working, resting, producing and contributing to the vibrant city they call home.
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Lior Shay

Profession: Spiritual uplifter of souls through song and dance

Most spiritual place in Tel Aviv: Dolphenarium Beach, where a connection between people is made through drumming and other percussion instruments.

Anat Nir

Profession: LGBT events producer and head of marketing at Moovz

Favorite bar in Tel Aviv: Kuli Alma, which has the perfect mix of outdoor and indoor space. Great food and drinks, artsy atmosphere and a beautiful crowd.

Shiri Levy

Profession: Architect at Studio Dash

Favorite Street Food in Tel Aviv: Dim-sum from Furama

Shani Werner © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi
Shani Werner | © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi

Shani Werner

Profession: Art guide at Tel Aviv Museum and Talking Art

Favorite museum: Tel Aviv Museum

Orit Pnini

Profession: Music and fashion photographer and founder of ROCKVEROLL

Favorite place to people watch in Tel Aviv: That’s a tough one, but I would say the restaurant La Repubblica di Ronimotti, which is now my favorite place to eat, drink and meet with friends, or Port Said with great food and music.

Natalie Shell

Profession: Storyteller, speaker and coach; host of Creative Mornings TLV

Favorite place to get your creative juices flowing in Tel Aviv: Café Bucke over a coffee, one of their famous cookies and great conversation. And, of course, CreativeMornings Tel Aviv. Find out more at Natalie Shell .

Stephan Sarkissian © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi
Stephan Sarkissian | © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi
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Stephan Sarkissian

Profession: Lifeguard at Frishman Beach

Why Tel Aviv beaches attract people from all over the world: Tel Aviv’s beaches are close to its non-stop city center, they are clean and have lifeguards on duty 12 hours a day, seven days a week.

Tal Frank

Profession: Artist and sculpturer at Tal Frank

Favorite hidden spot in Tel Aviv: Russian Orthodox Church

Orian Kancepolsky © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi
Orian Kancepolsky | © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi

Orian Kancepolsky

Profession: Owner at Top Sea

Favorite place to surf: Our own surfing center, of course.

Tamar Eiseman © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi
Tamar Eiseman | © Ido Biran/Tel Avivi

Tamar Eiseman

Profession: Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer

Favorite music venue in Tel Aviv: The Barby Tel Aviv. It’s a great venue for live blues-rock-groove music with just the right amount of old school vibes to push you beyond your limits.