“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”

Benjamin Franklin 


Oded’s talk Building bridges instead of barriers to an audience of 2500 participants in one of the world’s largest photography conventions.


Growing up as an outcast child, Oded taught himself to use the camera as a tool to create connections. In the last decade, he has documented some of the fascinating communities in our world, from Kyrgyz nomads to an aging community in Cuba, using the camera as his passport. On his talks, Oded shares the stories and lessons he learned from the people he met. Lessons about being able to create bridges instead of barriers. 

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On stage, he loves every moment and manages to sweep us with excitement. We were amazed by the quality of the images and the stories they tell.

Corinne Spector – Development Coordinator – The Open University of Israel

Spiced with a sense of humor and real life examples, Oded’s lecture is enriching and interesting. It is noticeable that he speaks about a subject he’s truly passionate about

 Adi Weinberger-  Former editor of National Geographic Online website (Israeli Edition)