Eve Kakassy Hobgood
Eve Kakassy Hobgood is a photographer and native North Carolinian.
Prior to moving to Raleigh in 2014, Eve spent 10 years in New York working as a photographer.
In 2010 Daily Candy NYC named Petite Simone Best Local Photographers.
Along with her own photography Eve spent 3 years working for the world wide photographers cooperative Magnum photos in Print Exhibitions and 2 years for Keith Richards, archiving his personal photography collection, for his autobiography “Life”.
Prior to living and working in New York, Eve spent 5 years in Los Angeles working with legendary rock and roll photographer Henry Diltz.
Eve studied photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design and the Portfolio School in Atlanta, Georgia.