Alana T., an Environmental Hydrologist, decided to settle in the South and is now working at an environmental consulting firm in Omer, near Beer Sheva.
Alana in the field.
The Pulitzers, from New York, play in Jerusalem’s renovated “First Train Station”, near which they live.
Vika, a physician at Soroka hostpital in Beer Sheva, says more Olim doctors are needed in the South. “We are three pediatric cardiologists serving a population of one million”.
Aaron, from New Jersey, relaxes in Namal Tel Aviv a week before joining the IDF.
Aaron enjoys the Israeli December sun with friends from Garin Tzabar. They are also joining the IDF.
At 61, Deborah, a mother of three and grandmother of eight, decided that now was the time to make Aliyah and start over.
Academy-award winning designer Chana Studley in her new studio in Jerusalem.
Alex, from New York, relaxes and checks out options after serving as a paratrooper in the IDF.
Friday morning. Alex enjoys shwarma at home with friends from his army unit before heading to the beach.
Echanging confidences with a friend in a café on Ibn Gvirol st., Tel Aviv.
The Spivaks enjoy Friday-morning breakfast on the terrace of their Modi’in apartment three months after making Aliyah.
Gary Levitt, a struggling musician turned successful entrepreneur, at his home office in Nachlaot, Jerusalem.
The Struganos on the back porch of their new house in Carmiel.
Not long after making Aliyah, Mookie Cohen, a flower designer from Sidney and New York, does arrangements for a wedding in Jerusalem…
… while her husband Lazer manages the marketing and PR effort at an event at the other end of town.
Client: Nefesh B’Nefesh
Brief: This ongoing series portrays Anglo “Olim” (new immigrants to Israel) in their new environment.