Born and bred in Boston, Ana has always been a culture-vulture. After dancing for professional dance companies for seven years, both in the US and Israel, she has substituted her pointe shoes for a pen. A recent graduate from Tel Aviv University’s Liberal Arts program, Ana is interested in combining… more »
Andie is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. After graduating from the University of Michigan where she studied Communications and Chinese, she moved to the nonstop city of Tel Aviv. Andie loves to write about food and culture and has a love for photography and traveling.
Arden Rubens is a Miami-native fashion blogger, digital marketer, foodie, dreamer, traveler and coffee lover. Currently living in Tel Aviv, where she can often be found enjoying the city’s multi-faceted design, vibrant culture and famed eateries. Combining this with her passion for writing, she aims to give you the lowdown… more »
Brooke Yalof is currently a junior at Northwestern University, studying journalism and design. She grew up in New York City and loves to spend weekends reading in Central Park and at local cafés. Her interests include photography, travel and yoga.
Cristina Colli is an Italian communication assistant with Israel in the heart. She is a art, fashion lover and she enjoys travel with learning and exploring the different cultures. Combinating this with her passion of writing, every day she discovers a new secret in the vibrant Tel Aviv. Follow her… more »
Dara, is a native Brazilian living in Tel Aviv and is passionate about traveling. She studied visual art and architecture, but loves writing and photography. You can follow her on Instagram, @daraliberman
A die hard Tel Aviv resident, Deborah is originally a Londoner, by way of New York City. Fascinated with sociology and psychology, Deborah has a Bachelors in Health and Social Welfare, but her eclectic interests include studying Fashion Journalism in Central St Martins in London and Photography in Tel Aviv… more »
Eliana Rudee is a fellow with the Salomon Center for American Jewish Thought and the author of the new “Aliyah Annotated” column for JNS.org. She is a graduate of Scripps College, where she studied International Relations and Jewish Studies. She was published in USA Today and Forbes after writing about… more »
Emily Turk was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario and is currently studying at the Western University of Ontario in the Media, Information and Technoculture program. Emily is a self-proclaimed food lover and has a strong passion for cultural cuisines. Her profound interest in food and travel lead her to… more »
Esther Roiter, a second-generation child, is an eclectic writer with a range of many different topics written on. Some examples are “We Were Parents Unto Our Parents”, “Slabodka” and “A History of Nachlaot”. She lived in New York, travelled far and wide and made Aliyah to Israel with her two… more »
Gabriela is a hip hippy city-loving world explorer who dreams of being a cultural astronaut who seeks to find culture on other planets and life forms. She’s recently completed her undergraduate degree from the IDC in Government and Diplomacy and is interning at The Culture Trip TLV whilst breathing in… more »
Gavriel hails from the holy city of Jerusalem to American parents from the other holy city of Brooklyn, NY. His art background started early in High School and then continued on to a B.A in photography and media. He currently resides in Jaffa and enjoys travel, video and people of… more »
Hilla Ofman is a 22-year-old student for visual communications at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. She is originally from Rockville, Maryland but moved to Israel 8 years ago. Last year she hosted a radio show, SingIL, which was broadcasted to an international audience. She has been to 20 countries worldwide… more »
Ilyssa Schwartz is a 21 year old English and Communications student born and raised in New York City. Currently, she is living and studying in her favorite country, Israel, in the vibrant city of Tel Aviv. She enjoys adventures, trying new food, learning and exploring and looks forward to sharing… more »
Jess, resides in Toronto, Canada and has been to Israel 3 times. She keeps coming back because of her passion for Israeli culture. She is currently studying media and journalism, with a passion for travelling and writing about her travels.
Jessica, a Belgian art director and graphic designer, is passionate about art and fashion. Every day, she discovers a new secret of Tel Aviv - and can’t wait to tell you about it!
Julia Purcell lives and works in Tel Aviv. She studied economics and feminist studies at Stanford University and wants to talk to you about coffee from her hometown of Seattle, WA.