EveNSteve is the creative team of artist Stephen M. Schaub (b. 1970, Toledo, OH) and author Eve O. Schaub (b. 1970, Boston, MA). In 2019 they formed EveNSteve and began collaborating on a series of artworks that combine photographic imagery and handwritten text. Stephen Schaub is a Marine Corps Veteran who served in Operation Desert Shield/ Desert Storm and a recipient of the Navy Achievement Medal, who went on to earn his BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1996. His photography explores fragmented states of memory and the passage of time, created through specialized in-camera and darkroom processes, and printed on rare and handmade papers from around the world. Schaub’s work has been shown both regionally and internationally including exhibitions at the Kent Museum, the Bennington Museum; X Edition, Singapore and Espace Bergger, Paris; the San Francisco and Palm Springs Art Fairs; and Kolaj Fest, New Orleans. Eve Schaub received her BA and BFA from Cornell University in 1993, and an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1997. Her memoir, Year of No Sugar, was published in 2014 and has been translated into Chinese, Hebrew and Spanish, followed by her second book Year of No Clutter in 2017. She has been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show and FOX and Friends, and has appeared in numerous print and online outlets. Currently she is at work on a third memoir, Year of No Garbage. EveNSteve has been awarded grants from the Vermont Arts Council and the Vermont Community Foundation. They currently live in Pawlet, Vermont with their family.