Eve Morgenstern was born on Long Island and raised in Brooklyn, NY. She received an MFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA in Art History from Vassar College. She is a photographer and documentary filmmaker whose work addresses themes of place and the environment.

Most recently she produced an immersive climate theater event with visual art and activism: Soon Is Now on the Hudson River, NY.

Her documentary film, Cheshire, Ohio about the buyout of an entire town by a coal fired polluting power plant has been awarded grants from Chicken and Egg Pictures, The New York State Council on the Arts, The Anthony Radziwill Documentary Fund, The George Gund Foundation, The Park Foundation, nextPix/firstPix and The Playboy Foundation. The film has screened in festivals in the US, Canada and Asia and won first place documentary feature at the Knoxville Film Festival, the Free Press Award at The Columbus International Film and Video Festival, and the Special Jury Award at The Frozen River Film Festival.

Her photographic project Facades of Crises had its solo show Museum premiere at Bildmuseet in Umeå, Sweden. The project was also exhibited at the Midwest Center for Photography and selections were published in a special Le Monde magazine issue on America during the Obama administration.

Eve has been awarded artist residencies at The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace and MacDowell.