Everett Taasevigen was born in Redwood City, California. He first picked up a Kodak 110 camera when he was 13 years old begining a lifelong interest in photography. Early on he began juxtaposing his life with his relationship with capturing moments in time, storytelling and his changing perseption of reality. He attended San Jose State University, earning a BFA in Spatial Arts. Taasevigen has exhibited his work in Houston's Photo Fest, galleries and published books. Taasevigen served as the chief photographer for Zer01 Biennial, San Jose, California 2006, 2008, 2010. He has photographed for Survival Research Labs, Childrens Museum of Houston, New Tech Global, Sugar Hill Recording Studio, Glasstire, Stan & Lou Advertising, PaperCity Magazine (Houston), The Intuitive Eye, Acme Fish Advertising, Ell Advertising, Idea Advertising, AVP Marketing + Creative, Bird House Productions, The Art Guys, The Menil, The Museum of Fine Art Houston, The Jewish Federations of North America, and The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. Everett Taasevigen lives & works in Houston Texas.