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Aye up

September 16, 2008

Hello and welcome to my photography blog.
I’m a documentary photographer from Manchester in the UK. You can see my work at my website: www.dunni.co.uk
There’s a short film or three here on vimeo and you can read my publications here at Issuu. 

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For one day only…

July 28, 2014

 

 

MASS OBSERVATION CROWN

Mass Observation Worktown Observation Centre
Tuesday 29 July from 12 noon to 5pm, Unit X7 Market Place, Knowsley Street, Bolton BL1 2AL

 

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Mass Observation

July 25, 2014

mass observationI’m taking part in a pop-up exhibition that starts tomorrow in Bolton. For one week from Saturday 26 July until Saturday 2 August, Unit X7 Knowsley Street in the town centre becomes “The Worktown Observation Centre” and holds a different exhibition each day from 12 to 5pm. I’ve been invited to show ‘Mass Observation’ on Tuesday 29 July.

observation menu

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Spill the beans

July 22, 2014

allez allez coffeeEntering the last week of the Tour de France, Taylor’s of Harrogate, having spotted my column about coffee, send me a sample of their performance enhancing wares – actually that’s quite a lot of free coffee, thank you.

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Wash day blues

July 14, 2014

Latest column from me in Cheshire Resident’s August edition…
Modern Manners Dishwasher

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Statuary

July 9, 2014

Now then statues part 2The second part of my three part psychogeographical look at urban statues in Manchester graces the pages of issue 11 of Now Then Manchester magazine – if you can’t find a real copy you can read it online here.

Now Then 11

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Sports fans

July 8, 2014

More sports news… The thing about watching the Tour de France live is you get there 6 hours before anything happens to get a good spot and then they ride past in about 15 seconds. I did manage to find the “fire-like-a-machine-gun” mode on my camera, but despite being quite shy and very antisocial, I am something of a people photographer, so here then are some scenes from my days out in Yorkshire.

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Fever pitch

June 20, 2014

Union Flag PubI’ve barely had time to make my once-every-four-years World Cup of Soccerball meme and In-ger-land are on the plane home – but later than a Roy Keane tackle, here’s this years quote from (who else) but George Orwell:

“…football, beer, and above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.”

Thankfully the Tour de France is on it’s way to lift their eyes a little.

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