Deborah Feingold began her photography career teaching troubled youth in a Boston prison. Her belief in the power of the camera as a tool for self-expressions and communication helped establish her decades long career photographing the most prominent names in American culture. Her first major assignment was to shoot jazz icon Chet Baker for the Artist House record label. She was then hired as the New York liaison for Musician magazine, where she photographed music legends such as James Brown, Bono and Madonna. Over the years her photographs have appeared in publications including Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek and The New York Times. Her 2014 book Music collects some of the most dazzling and iconic moments from her sessions with musicians who have defined the last 40 years of music.