Rafram was born in Djerba, Tunisia, and made aliya with his parents while a small baby. He grew up in Jerusalem where he also finish his photography studies. An artist from 2004, Rafram has been living and creating in various countries in Europe, as well as Israel and Tunisia. In recent years his works were exhibited in several museums and galleries across the world (including the Herzliya Museum, the Tel Aviv Museum, the CAMeC Museum, ACC Galerie, and more). Rafram's works are inflused with biographical elements and Jewish themes. For the past ten years Rafram has also engaged with the idea of food as culture, teaching a course on food at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and formerly head of the Slow Food movement in Israel. Recently, Rafram has returned to Tunis, where he continues to pursue his art and has also established, together with his uncle, a company that brings traditional Jewish recipes to life. Habiba, the company, is named after a famous Jewish Tunisian singer, Habiba Mesika, and after Rafram's mother. Rafram is also author of a book on his incarceration in a Libyan prison, arrested while in Libya to document the remnants of the Libyan Jewish community.