Based in New York City.
Itamar Dotan Katz was born in 1990 in Jerusalem, Israel.
He grew up in a suburb of Tel-Aviv to a family of academics. In high school he began his journey with the visual arts, studying filmmaking and directing short films. After he finished his military service as an NCO in the Israeli Army, he continued his education in filmmaking and philosophy at the Tel-Aviv University.
While developing his career as a bartender and hospitality expert which allowed him to travel all over the world to places such as: India, Sri lanka, China, Thailand, Canda, the US, Central America, Western & Eastern Europe, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya and Tanzania; he also worked as a videographer and producer for a music related video company and as a ski instructor.
He was a part of the Flag Project by Aperture Foundation at the Rockefeller Plaza. His work 'The New Shul' was published along with an interview on Spot Magazine by the HCP, Fall issue 2020. 'Vacated' won a Grand Prize Award in the PDN EDU contest of 2020. He was featured on the Life Framer Collection and F-STOP Magazine.
He graduated from the International Center of Photography's Creative Practices Program in New York City, class of 2019 with the director's scholarship and the Photojournalism and Documentary Program, class of 2020.
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