Gidon Amir is a graduate of the cooking school “Tadmor” and has worked as a professional chef for over 11 years. He worked as the Head Chef in the Gush Etzion Winery Restaurant for many years and for “Kerem Tamar” Events Hall. In the last year, Gidon has started his own business doing cooking courses and events for smaller groups all around Israel. He lives in Efrat, in the hills of Judea, with his wife and five girls.
Geula Twersky’s art interweaves Jewish tradition, history and the many facets of her own life. The pain she felt as the child of a Holocaust survivor and the national euphoria she experienced as she matured in the era following Six Day War have strongly influenced her paintings. Her work delves into the significance of her name Geula — redemption.
Benji Lovitt has been translating the Israel experience through laughter since his aliyah flight landed in 2006.
Benji Lovitt’s observations on Israeli society, combined with his lifelong involvement in Jewish education, create a hilarious narrative that has brought smiles to faces all over the world.