Deborah Feingold  

Madonna, 1982
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Chet Baker, 1977
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James Brown, 1979
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Prince, 1980
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Tina Turner, 1984
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Tom Waits and Jim Jarmusch, 1985
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Cyndi Lauper, 1988
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David Byrne, 1983
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Pharrell Williams, 2003
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Grace Jones masks
created by Jean-Paul Goude, 1983
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Annie Lennox, 1983
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Leonard Cohen and Suzanne Vega, 1989
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Brian Eno, 1981
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Dr. John, 1982
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Spanning over 30 years, Deborah Feingold’s photography career began when she immersed herself in the jazz of the late ’70’s and simultaneously was shooting and keeping company with Chet Baker, Miles David, Tony Bennett and many other jazz legends. After working as the first staff photographer for Musician magazine for five years, she continued shooting musicians for album/cd covers and portraits for Warner Music for the next two decades.

As a contributor to Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, Newsweek and the New York Times, among many other publications, Deborah has also photographed most of the biggest names in pop culture.  She has also created over 100 memorable author portraits for book covers and has shot numerous ad campaigns for print and television.  Her work has been syndicated all over the world and is included in a number of music anthologies and private collections.

Deborah is currently editing a collection of portraits spanning the course of her career, representing her favorite outtakes of the eclectic, famous and infamous people she was assigned to document.  These iconic photographs, taken in the quiet moments in between the subjects being “on”, are both a celebration of shooting from the hip and an intimate reflection on the potency of the photographer/artist collaboration.

www.deborahfeingold.com