Steeped in Jewish visual tradition, Ardyn Halter ketubahs affirm Jewish ethics and values. His artistic style is unmistakable with its strength of design coupled with joyous, life-affirming color. Born in London of parents who survived the Holocaust, Ardyn Halter was a scholar at Cambridge University before moving to Israel. His father, Roman Halter, and he designed the original concept and building for Yad LaYeled, the Living Education Memorial to the Children in the Ghetto Fighters' Museum in Israel. Together they made the sixteen stained-glass windows.