Justin Mabie is a professional photographer and videographer who has traveled both domestically and internationally to shoot for names like The Offspring, Billy Ray Cyrus, Grammy award winners Goo Goo Dolls and Megadeth, as well as over 40 other chart-topping musicians. Following the music industry, Justin got involved in visual media work within the woodworking/maker community creating stunning content with the biggest players in the game such as Jimmy DiResta, April Wilkerson, Bourbon Moth, and Anne of All Trades, to name a few. On the side, Justin has also created his own YouTube channel of short-documentaries that outline the lives and work of prominent individuals in the maker community which has garnered hundreds of thousands of views (https://www.youtube.com/callmemabie).
Call Me Mabie photography has been published within Roku, This Old House, History Channel, Fine Woodworking, Quercus, Wood Shop News, and more. His video work has also been seen on History Channel and Assembly Required. In addition, much of Justin’s portfolio has been displayed on the promotional material, social media accounts, and websites of A-list musicians and artists.
Justin received a BA in Film and Digital Media with a concentration in production from University of California, Santa Cruz.
Previously based out of Orange County, CA, Charleston, SC, Austin, TX, Justin now resides in Providence, Rhode Island.