Shmuel Diamond is widely celebrated as being one of the finest event and portrait photographers active in the Jewish world today.
His portfolio boasts some of the highest-profile families and individuals in the Jewish world and his services are sought internationally. Although a resident of Jerusalem, he is frequently flown around the world to document some of the most distinguished events in the international Jewish community.
He also runs a highly successful online photography school (www.zerotopro.online) where he teaches and mentors hundreds of budding photographers around the world.
But Shmuel has another side…
He is a dedicated Torah teacher and spiritual guide for many aspiring עובדי השם. The majority of his days are spent in prayer and study in various בתי כנסיות ובתי מדרשים in and around Jerusalem, where he lives with his wife and children.
In his latest project—Neshama Wall Art—Reb Shmuel has seamlessly blended the two worlds that he is most familiar with—Photography and Kadusha—into a sensational new digital art form that is guaranteed, בע"ה, to transform your home into a more holy and more beautiful place!
A Message from Shmuel
As Jews, we are compared to both sand and stars. Yaakov's famous vision of the ladder, with its feet on the ground and its head reaching to the Heavens, symbolizes the unique role of the Jew in this world—to synthesize the physical and spiritual! This holy mission of the Jew is never expressed more profoundly than in the Jewish home—our מקדש מעט!
As a visually sensitive person, the beauty and orderliness of my home are of the utmost importance, but as a Jewish husband and father, creating a semblance of קדושה and sanctity is even more so.
I feel privileged to be able to offer you a product that fulfills both roles... In style! Beauty beyond imagination and a genuine and palpable קדושה! bH.
Wishing you all the best and looking forward to helping you enhance your home,
If you are interested, below is a recording of a Zoom presentation that
Shmuel gave in the summer of 2021 about his Teshuva story,
which runs parallel to the development of his photography career.
(This audio/visual presentation runs for 32 minutes)