Naama Sarid-Maleta', Architect and Photographer, was born in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1977.
In 2008 she began an intense career as a documentary and conceptual photographer, investigating the analog photography world using many types of cameras; from Diana F+ and pinhole, through LC-A and Lubitel, until Pentax and Hasselblad. Her photos combined her architectural knowledge with the wide possibilities and freedom of photography.
At the same time her photographic work was exposed in international events in Spain as MACC , free independent arts projects with masdearte and laIslaObjeto, and in the community artists projects CREABOOM.
In Madrid she exhibited in three Solo-Exhibitions, and five Collective-Exhibitions.
She also worked and studied one year in the dark-room laboratory of La Casa Encendida Museum in Madrid.
In 2011 she moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, where she participated in two Solo-Exhibitions and six Collective-Exhibitions, and in events organized by the City-Hall of Tel Aviv. In parallel she exhibited her photographic work in a Solo-Exhibition in Mexico and in a Collective-Exhibition in Ukraine. She also curated four Collective-Exhibitions of photographic works from 36 countries in the world, in Galleries in Israel, Argentina, Italy and New York (The Collective & The Collection project).
Her photographic work had been published over the years in magazines all over the world, such as Domus, SF MOMA, 10X15, Area Zinc, OHIO, Anormal-Mag, and more.
In 2012 she move to NYC, and is continuing creating from there.