Rose Eichenbaum is an author, award winning photographer and respected educator. A former graduate student in Dance Ethnology at UCLA set the groundwork for a career dedicated to research, photographic documentation and the investigation of artistic creativity through performance.

Ms Eichenbaum is the author of the following books: The Number on My grandfather's Arm (1987), 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), The Director Within -Storytellers of Stage and Screen (2014) and soon to be released, Inside The Dancer's Art (2017). Eichenbaum's books have been adopted as important educational resources by a number of major universities across the country.

Eichenbaum's portraiture and dance photography has been the subject of numerous photographic exhibitions including a national tour hosted by the Smithsonian Institution's Traveling Exhibitions. Rose has been a contributing photographer to numerous magazines including Dance Magazine, Pointe, Dance Teacher and Dance Studio Life Magazines for more than two decades. An effective inspirational speaker and educator, she conducts artist residencies and workshops around the country and is currently on the faculty of the Los Angeles Center of Photography and directs "The Art of Photographing Dance Workshop" at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival.