Born in Los Angeles, Alexi Rosenfeld has spent the better part of the last decade traveling the world ‘capturing the moment’ through his camera lens. His work spans four continents and more than 15 countries.
Alexi’s devotion to his art transform his photos into more than just photos on a page. His approach is unique and captivating, creating strong images that stay with you. He works in both black and white and color creating a distinctive style of his own.
From 2013 -2016 Alexi was a photojournalist in the Israel Defense Forces Spokesperson's Unit. He used his style and experience to pursue stories that showcase the diversity of the IDF and its soldiers. Alexi has had the opportunity to cover a vast array of situations and has had work published in both Israeli media and international media.
Some of his photographic credits include: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Reuven ‘ruvi’ Rivlin, former President Shimon Peres (z”l), President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton, singer/actress Katherine McPhee, actor Seth Rogan, world renowned, Italian tenor, multi-instrumentalist and classical crossover artist, Andrea Bocelli and singer, Barbra Streisand – both in Los Angeles and during her European World Tour (June 2013) which included eight days in Israel.
Alexi’s photos have appeared in national and International publications, some if which include: TIME Magazine, ARD (Germany), El Pais (Spanish language media),The Los Angeles Times, Ha’Haretz – Hebrew and English editions, Times of Israel, Algemeiner Journal, The Jerusalem Post, Yediot America and Israel’s Yediot Ahronot, Israel Weekly, The Market, Walla, The LA Jewish Journal, Beverly Hills Courier, Beverly Hills 213, YNET, Achbar Magazine- Israel, Harvard University Belfer Center Magazine, the Tel Aviv Municipality website, and Barbra Streisand’s official website.
Alexi has published four books of his photographic works. After a short time back in Los Angeles after the IDF, Alexi worked as a freelance journalist. He currently lives in New York where he is pursuing his career as a photographer and photojournalist while completing a joint Bachelor and Master's Program at The New School.
Photo by Kathryn Burress