Balber (b. 1983, Pittsburg) grew up in Miami, where he attended New World School of the Arts. Using portrait photography as his vehicle, Balber intimately uncovers the camouflaged identity of some of Judaism’s most unfamiliar Jews, penetrating boundaries between various socioeconomic groups, often connecting him with demographics. Selected exhibitions include Nerman Museum, Kansas City; Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami; and Spinello Projects, Miami. Group exhibitions include Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins; 1310 Gallery, Fort Lauderdale; and Hinge Gallery, Chicago. Balber’s work is in the permanent collections of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Joseph M. Cohen Family Collection, and the Schweitzer Collection. The artist lives and works in Miami.