Eve Stuart is a lifelong New Yorker. She studied at The Philadelphia Museum College of Art, The New School, The School of Visual Arts and The International Center of Photography and studied sculpture with Tom Doyle, Chaim Gross and Irving Marantz. More recently, she studied the polaroid transfer process with Norma Hill and John Reuter.

Eve has shown in group shows in New York City and Long Island, and in 2002 was in a show at the Detroit Museum of New Art. In February 2008 a show of Eve Stuart's work was at Pierre's Restaurant in Bridgehampton and she was invited to talk about her work to the Photographers East group. She participated in the Artists' Alliance Studio Tour in East Hampton in July 2008 and there was a show of her work at Walk Tall Gallery, also in East Hampton in October 2008. She exhibited at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Society Salon show, in Brooklyn, in the winter of 2009. Eve Stuart exhibited in the High Line Open Studios in Chelsea in October 2009 and then in March 2010 in conjunction with The Armory Show 2010-Armory Arts Week. Several of her works were shown at the Ivy Brown Gallery in New York City and she exhibited in a juried show at Rogue Space, New York, in the spring of 2010. She was in a solo show at Ashawagh Hall in East Hampton in July 2012 and in fall 2012 six of her photographs were exhibited at foley&cox HOME as part of ArtsWalk Hudson in Hudson, New York. One of her photographs was selected for a juried show benefiting The Retreat, in East Hampton, and was shown at the Richard Demato Gallery in Sag Harbor in October 2012. There was a show of her work at Pierre's Restaurant in August 2013. In December 2015 she had a solo show at The Buttery Restaurant in Lewes, Delaware. She exhibited at the Edward Williams Gallery at Fairleigh Dickinson University in December 2016 and will be showing at Joyce Goldstein Gallery in Chatham, New York in July 2017.

Eve Stuart's work is in a number of private collections. She lives and works in New York City and East Hampton.