Harel Stanton is an ethnographical photographer, lecturer and tour-guide living in Israel. His work focuses on rituals, ceremonies, traditions and other ethnic customs that distinguish the dozens of countries he has photographed.
For the last 15 years Mr. Stanton has delivered multi-media presentations and lectures in the USA, Russia, Europe, Central America, Israel and other parts of the world. He is a staff photographer for the leading geographical magazine Masa Acher and his photographs are published in many other magazines as well. Mr. Stanton's photographs have been exhibited in Israel and the United States. His current exhibition Pure Faith has been on tour in the USA since 2006.
Mr. Stanton has taught for more than ten years at the Geographical College of Photography in Tel Aviv and hosts photography workshops around the world.
The 1000 Faces of Israel - A Photographic Journey. An artistic presentation of daily life in Israel in which Harel combines his amazing art-work with beautiful music and an interactive lecture creating a multi-sensory experience that touches the heart, feeds the intellect, and brings Israel as close as possible to the audience. The show includes a lecture and 3 multi-media presentations of spectacular pictures and music, conveying ‘Israeliness’ as reflected through the lens of an artist who was born, raised and raises his own family in Israel.