Eve Ogden Schaub likes to write. A lot. Actually, she’s getting kind of annoying about it.
Eve holds a BA and BFA from Cornell University, and a MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She has written about art for such publications as Camera Arts, Photovision Magazine, Vermont Life, Vermont Magazine and Afterimage. Eve has written the introductions for both of her husband Stephen’s published collections of photographs: A Sense of Place (1999) and Through a Glass Darkly (2004), and was the editor of Five Dollars and a Jug of Rum: a History of Grafton Vermont (2000). Also with her husband Stephen, she co-authored The Figital Revolution on the state of contemporary photography- lots of swearing in that one.
Eve’s personal essays have been featured many times on the Albany, New York NPR station WAMC.
During 2011 Eve wrote “A Year of No Sugar,” a blog about her family’s attempt to live and eat for a year without any added sugar in their food, which is soon to be published as a book.
Eve lives in Pawlet, Vermont with her husband, two daughters, one cat, and five chickens.