Alicia J. Rose is a Photographer/Director/Producer based in Portland, OR. Her work plays on a rich palette, a keen eye for composition and a natural proclivity for both capturing and creating compelling images and scenes. Her photography has been featured in Playboy, Rolling Stone, XLR8R, V, Elle, Spin, Sunset, Filter, Fader, Portland Monthly, the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Sunset and many others. Her controversial "Beast" photo of chef Naomi Pomeroy and deceased pig was honored with a 2008 PDN Photo Annual Award and a multiple page spread in Elle Magazine. A concept through execution director/writer - Rose has created clever and visually arresting music videos for Cake, Corin Tucker, Bob Mould, Menomena, AgesandAges and others. She completed her narrative short film debut The Gift of Gravity in 2014, and is currently in production of her new comedic web series "The Benefits of Gusbandry." Rose is also a noted musician, known in her recording career as Miss Murgatroid, an accordionist, singer and drummer She has released five full-length albums, three credited solely to Miss Murgatroid and two collaborations with vocalist and violinist Petra Haden entitled Bella Neurox and Hearts & Daggers. She has formed a new band in Portland, OR called Moon Tiger.