At the end of January 1931, a sensational murder trial lifted the veil on Berlin’s erotomania. Fritz Ulbrich was murdered by Lieschen Neumann, a 16-year-old girl and her boyfriend, Richard Stolpe. Ulbrich ran a small watch repair shop but his hobby and secret obsession was amateur erotic photography. He turned his tiny backroom office into a pornographic studio and darkroom. Neumann, was one of over 1,500 women photographed by Ulbrich, allegedly arranged the murder after an unsuccessful blackmail attempt. Mr. Ulbrich and Ms. Neumann was based on visual documents from the trial of Lieschen Neumann, using archival materials as a way to explore not only this one story but the ever-changing nature of images themselves. Mr. Ulbrich and Ms. Neumann was presented in Porat's solo exhibition at the Herzliya Museum of Art in 2017.