Rose Eichenbaum is one of the most respected photojournalists working in the arts today. A former dancer and graduate student in Dance Ethnology at UCLA set the ground work for a career dedicated to research, photographic documentation and the investigation of artistic creativity through performance. Eichenbaum has photographed many of the world’s most celebrated dance companies and solo artists. Her photography and profiles of popular artists has been the subject of numerous one-woman photographic exhibitions including shows at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, The Center of Creative Arts, The National Museum of Dance and a national tour hosted by the Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibitions. She is a regular contributor to Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher Pointe and Ventura Blvd Magazines.
Ms Eichenbaum is a public speaker, teacher of photography and the author of several books—Masters of Movement-Portraits of America’s Great Choreographers (2004), The Dancer Within—Intimate Conversations With Great Dancers (2008), The Actor Within-Intimate Conversations With Great Actors (2011). And her current project The Director Within-Intimate Conversations With Great Directors (Available late 2013). Eichenbaum’s books have been adopted as important educational resources by a number of major universities around the country.
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