My first gig as a “professional photographer” came in the form of strapping cameras to my head and jumping out of airplanes to take pictures people making their first jump. I suppose it all actually began way back when I was the editor of my high school yearbook and my teacher handed me a Nikon D70, but let’s all just focus on the skydiving story and call it a day.

After that, I spent a few more years working as a photographer for various non-profits that operate in the Middle East. I lived in Turkey for a couple of years, and then I moved to Jerusalem. It turns out that these are great places to learn photography.

These days I offer a variety of photography services that include, but are not limited to those you see listed here. My expertise and first love is in documentary photography and storytelling, but I also do video, drone stuff, and just about anything else that interests me.

Seriously, I’m I am always open to ideas and opportunities for collaboration. For me the whole point of this photography thing is to explore and find new ways to use my camera to share knowledge and convey experiences, so if you have an interesting idea or request, send me an email at aaron@arcmoment.org and I’ll see what I can do.