About Eric Antoniou
Boston area freelance photographer Eric Antoniou came to the United States from Greece. His interest in photography started in his teenage years when he got his first camera at thirteen. After graduating from high school, he moved to Boston for studies and enrolled at the University of Massachusetts where he took his first photography class. Soon, he decided to follow his passion and make photography his career. He then attended New England School of Photography, where he graduated with high honors.
His first published photograph was in the The Boston Globe. He worked for several other Boston publications including the Boston Phoenix and Boston Magazine.
Eric's photographs have been featured in national publications such as People Magazine, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Dance Magazine, Downbeat Magazine, Surface Magazine, Metropolis, Men's Journal, among others.
He was commissioned to photograph for TimeOut Boston, a travel book. His photographs are included in the books Boston: History in the Making, Harvard Square: An Illustrated History and Horton Foote: A Casebook. Eric's work has also been exhibited in solo and group shows.
He has a diverse roster of clients including Arnold Advertising Worldwide, Kiehl's, Neiman Marcus, CBH Communications, Capitol Records, Elektra Records, Boston Ballet, Huntington Theatre, Boston Lyric Opera, Harper Collins Publishers, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The Boston Conservatory and Harvard University.
Photo of Eric Antoniou by Michael Vaughan.