He was born in Bialystok, Russian Poland. He was the son of Noyekh Zabludovski. He studied in religious elementary schools, later graduating from the Bialystok Commercial School and the Polytechnic in Kiev. He later became a technology and mathematics teacher in the Bialystok artisanal school. He published in 1928 in Bialystok a textbook in Yiddish, Elektrotekhnik (Electrical technology) and translated into Yiddish Der kamf mit der natur (The struggle with nature [original: Gory i li︠u︡di (Mountains and men)]) by M. Il’in (Warsaw, 1937), 56 pp. He was killed in the Bialystok ghetto during an extermination Aktion.
Sources: Byalistoker leksikon (Bialystok handbook) (Bialystok, 1935); Byalistoker shtime (New York) (1945); A. Sh. Hershberg, in Pinkes byalistok (New York) 1 (1949), p. 418.