Award Winning Photographer Deborah Feingold
Deborah Feingold moved to New York City in 1976, where her friendship with a jazz musician inspired her to embrace a spirit of improvisation in her photography which led to her first major assignment: shooting jazz icon Chet Baker. Her work with Baker and others on his record label caught the attention of Musician magazine, who hired her as their New York liaison. Turning her small apartment into a makeshift studio and freewheeling it on the streets of New York, Feingold captured indelible images of some of the most legendary names in music, from B.B. King and James Brown to Bono and Madonna.
Feingold's unique ability to put her subjects almost immediately at ease engendered the kind of rare moments of honesty and intimacy that became the hallmark of her work, and over the ensuing decades, her photographs would appear in Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek and The New York Times among others, along with countless album and book covers. The portraits in her catalog read like a who's who of cultural icons: President Barack Obama, Mick Jagger, Bill Gates, Tom Wolfe, Prince, Johnny Depp, George Carlin, and many more.
Join us on November 21, 2023, on-line to hear Deborah’s insights on her photos and her illustrious career. The zoom link for this meeting will come to your email address. (Due to some unavoidable sound issues from the live site, this meeting will be Zoom only.)