Yoel Tordjman is an Artist, Writer, Designer, Composer, Teacher, and Mystic. Born in Paris 1960, he has lived in Israel since 1989, and is joyfully married with children and grandchildren. He was raised in a prestigious family of holy teachers dedicated to Torah and communal service, his great uncle having been the teacher of the Baba Sali. Yoel attended Yeshivat Chidushey Harim Israel, Chassidei Gur, and is a Breslov Hassid.
Part of Yoel’s eclectic works of Art is an incredibly moving collection of 613 mixed media paintings that are embedded with the powerful vibrational messages of the mitzvot. They have a profoundly healing effect on those who meditate on them, and the spaces they occupy. His social media page received over 700.000 likes, and 80.000 comments from all over the world, with over seven millions visitors. Since 2012 his paintings have been on exhibit in Tel aviv, Safed, Jerusalem, Paris, and New York.
Throughout his career Yoel has worked as an innovator in bringing new conceptual approaches to revolutionize education and design. In 1986 he started his own Design & Marketing company, worked as a Consultant for Government Sciences and Technology department, developed programming for schools across the country, designed more than 400 advertising campaigns, and company branding for International companies and governmental offices.
Yoel has been a community Leader and Organizer for 45 years, having a far reaching powerful influence through his unique voice, the depth of his Torah teachings, and the wisdom of his insights. Countless people seek out his guidance and light, for how to practically deal with major life problems, as well as live their most optimal life. As a result, his regular teachings have been collected and recorded in the book, The Bridge, so that many more people can have access to this pivotal knowledge.
Yoel and his wife Miriam host an open third meal for Shabbat, where thousands of people from all over the world have come to share in the experience, take in the art and learn from the wellsprings of his Torah teachings.