Dustin Rabin photographed his first concert in 1992 for a local college newspaper. Since then, his work has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, in countless album and DVD packages, in publications worldwide, as well as in the personal collections of many of the musicians he's photographed. Paul McCartney handpicked Dustin in 2011 to shoot several dates of his North American tour, and Dustin recently had the honor of being the only photographer invited into the studio with Nirvana as they rehearsed for their performance celebrating their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Since 1995 Dustin has worked regularly with Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters, with more than 40 of his photos appearing in the Grammy Award-winning feature film “Foo Fighters: Back and Forth”. Queens Of The Stone Age, Faith No More, Refused, Billy Talent and many more of his favorite artists trust him to capture their process both onstage and behind the scenes. Whether it's the frenzy of a sold-out rock concert or the intimacy of a portrait session, Dustin has a unique ability to create images that reflect the true character of his subjects and the genuine energy of the moment.
Photo: Dustin making the call to the bullpen from the Yankees Dugout, circa 1997.