Born 1958 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
At the Moment shares his time between Israel and the UK.
Self taught in Photography and computer graphics.
Mohir was attracted to photography since early youth, he started photographing as a teenager, and was about to enter a high institute of art, yet life directed him in a different venue.
He picked up the camera again at the end of 2001, at age of 43, and did not put it down since.
All the works are done with a digital camera and some manipulated later in Photoshop.
2002 - The French Institute, TA Israel
2003 - Frevd, Oxford UK
2006 - Gordon 17, Bar Gallery, TA Israel
2009 - Tel Aviv Cinematheque Gallery, TA Israel
2003 - Wine and Art, Jaffa TA Israel
2006 - Australian Academy of Design, Melbourne, Australia
2007 - Center for Fine Art Photography, Colorado, US (juried competition)
2008 – Los Angles Center of Digital Arts (LACDA), Los Angles, US (juried competition)
2008 – Corck St. Gallery, London (Juried Competition)
2008 – Reference Gallery, Paris
2009 – Corck St. Gallery, London (Juried Competition)
2009 - Photographer's Forum, Best of Photography 2008, Finalist
2010 - The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, B&W, Honorable Mention
* 2010 - IMAJ (Israel Medical Association Journal) - Cover Photo
* 2010 - An interview with Mohir on SpaceCollective about his series 'Disembodied Juxtapositions' (link)
* 2011 - An article in Phaidon's website about Tim Andrews' project 'Over the Hill' (link)