Talented photographer Eric Cunningham Is Breathing New Life Into Nightlife/Event And Festival Photography

With a ton of achievements under his belt already, 21-year-old photographer Eric Cunningham has quickly established himself in the electronic music nightlife and event photography space. Fueled by serious ambition, Eric Cunningham made his debut in the festival scene at New York City’s famed Electric Zoo after having shot only a handful of club shows; an event that solidified his relationship with Made Event, now one of his most prominent clients. 

Ever since, Eric Cunningham has went on to shoot massive names in the electronic music space, capturing performances by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, ZEDD, Tiësto, Marshmello, FISHER, Alison Wonderland and Martin Garrix, as well as a number of exciting and unique projects such as Gareth Emery’s “Laserface” concept shows, deadmau5’s “Cube v3”, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s “Garden of Madness” and more. 

Eric Cunningham however doesn’t limit his portfolio to just electronic music acts, having also shot the likes of J. Cole, Future, Swae Lee, Young Thug, J Balvin, Mariah, Chelsea Cutler and more. 

“It was not just pure enjoyment I was getting out of shooting these shows, but true honor taking photos of the biggest EDM artists in the world. After my 5th or 6th show, I wanted to do this every weekend,” revealed Eric Cunningham about his passion for shooting events and artist performances. 

Make sure to stay connected with the talented rising photographer and follow him on his ventures on his Instagram as well as official website




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