Eleanor Cunningham is a British photographer who produces fascinating distorted landscapes. Her aim is to depict the decay of monumental spaces and historical sites, and she does this by manipulating the various materials and processes involved in the dark room. We love the visual intrigue that Eleanor achieves in each photograph. In fact, once one of her images has taken your eye it's difficult to look away!
The artist holds an MA in Fine Art from the Chelsea College of Art & Design, and since graduating she has exhibited her work widely throughout the UK and the US. In 2016 she was involved in the Daegu Photo Biennale in South Korea.