Eliad Yahalom was born in Israel, and is a graduate of the photography and graphic design department of Mentor College. He also holds a B.A. in Communications and International Relations from Bar-Ilan University and an M.A. in Law, also from Bar-Ilan University.
Yahalom first burst into the Israeli art scene in 2007, after which international recognition followed. Three years later, in 2010, he was named one of the top 20 Israeli photographers. His entire life, from childhood to present day, has revolved around artistic concepts such as: creation, substance, composition and color.
As a child Yahalom lived in various places around the world following his parents work, it was then that he picked up photography as a hobby. Yahalom was inspired by the various smells, tastes, landscapes and atmospheres to which he was exposed in the different countries he lived in as a child. After he returned to Israel with his family, Yahalom decided to turn his hobby into a profession, one which aims to capture the rare and unique moments in time, in nature and in everyday life.
Yahalom's photographs fill the spectator with feelings of empathy, joy and curiosity, and contain human stories which the viewer can identify with. His photographs are filled with passion and are characterized by enchanting compositions. They range between a wide scale of colors on the one hand, and on the other, a dichotomy of black and white.