Chris Cunningham is a British filmmaker and video artist, best known for his 1990s-early 2000s music video work for artists ranging from Aphex Twin to Madonna. He's also recognized for directing short films and commercials, especially the infamous Rubber Johnny.
- "Second Bad Vilbel" by Autechre (1996)
- "36 Degrees" by Placebo (1996)
- "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twin (1997)
- "Only You" by Portishead (1998)
- "Frozen" by Madonna (1998)
- "Come On My Selector" by Squarepusher (1998)
- "All Is Full of Love" by Björk (1999)
- "Windowlicker" by Aphex Twin (1999)
- "Afrika Shox" by Leftfield feat. Afrika Bambaataa (1999)
- "Sheena Is a Parasite" by The Horrors (2006)
Short films, commercials, and other works of note
- "Engine" Nissan commercial (1999; featuring music by Boards of Canada)
- "Mental Wealth" PlayStation commercial (1999)
- Flex short film/video installation (2000; featuring music by Aphex Twin)
- "Quiet" commercial for Telecom Italia (2000; featuring music by Boards of Canada)
- Monkey Drummer short film/video installation (2001; featuring music by Aphex Twin)
- Rubber Johnny short film (2006; featuring music by Aphex Twin)
- Body Horror: Between the "Mental Wealth" girl with a perfectly symmetrical face, the "Africa Shox" man with shattering limbs, everyone in Aphex Twin's videos gaining his face...
- Chiaroscuro: One of his trademarks; almost all of his works take place in a setting that's mostly dark with the subjects being illuminated in stark white/blue light.
- Creator Couple: He was married to Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg for a period of time.
- Production Posse: As shown above, several of his works either revolve around or feature Aphex Twin's music.
- Surreal Music Video: His other trademark.
- Unnaturally Blue Lighting: When not pure white, his lighting often has a blue tint.