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The work of photographer Philip Dunn - Daily Express staff photographer and freelancer, working for national press and magazine clients.

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Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Miner and canary

Miner and canary
Staffordshire coal miner gently holds the last canary to work down a British coal mine. Canaries were used to detect poisonous and dangerous gas in mines Date: 1986

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: sleeping on Blackpool prom

sleeping on Blackpool prom
An elderly couple lie back on the wrought iron seats on Blackpool Pier for a snooze. The beach and Blackpool Tower are in the background. Date: circa 1970

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Hunstanton beach, Norfolk - 2

Hunstanton beach, Norfolk - 2
A woman walks her two dogs on the deserted beach at Hunstanton, Norfolk Date: 1990

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Sleeping pensioners, Norfolk beach

Sleeping pensioners, Norfolk beach
An elderly couple sit in the shelter of a wooden groyne on a beach near Hunstanton, Norfolk, England, and snooze soundly. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1988

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone

The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone
The City Hotel, Sierra Leone, made famous by author Graham Greene. Now demolished. The hotel was first mentioned in Greenes 1936 book Travel Without Maps

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Freddie Mercury and Queen recording music video, London

Freddie Mercury and Queen recording music video, London
Freddie Mercury and Queen recording a video for Friends Will Be Friends, London Date: 1986

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Scallop dredgers, Kirkcudbright Harbour, SW Scotland

Scallop dredgers, Kirkcudbright Harbour, SW Scotland
Scallop fishing dredgers tied up alongside the wall at low tide on the harbourside at Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. MacClellans Castle looms overhead Date: 2010

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The front entrance clock tower of Kings College, Cambridge

The front entrance clock tower of Kings College, Cambridge University Date: 1992

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Cider maker, Somerset, England

Cider maker, Somerset, England
A cider maker wearing a trilby hat and an apron, leans on an old wooden wagon and drinks a pint of cider among the casks and barrels in the outbuilding of a cider works in Somerset

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Cow over stone wall, Yorkshire

Cow over stone wall, Yorkshire
A curious cow looks over a dry stone wall in Rosedale, Yorkshire. An old stone barn is in the background. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1991

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales

Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales
Cornelia Bayley owner of Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire. She is seated in the sitting room with a very large dog

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Mr Ivor Southorn, at the Brosley Clay Pipe works, Shropshire

Mr Ivor Southorn, at the Brosley Clay Pipe works, Shropshire
Mr Ivor Southorn, whose great, great grandfather William Southorn started clay pipemaking on an industrial scale in Broseley, Shropshire

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The Walled City of Kowloon, Hong Kong

The Walled City of Kowloon, Hong Kong. This illegally-built block was demolished in 1994 because of health fears, It was largely ungovernable

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Eustace Rogers, the last coracle man of Ironbridge, Shropshire

Eustace Rogers, the last coracle man of Ironbridge, Shropshire
He is pictured with a coracle on his back at the bottom of his garden on the banks of the River Severn. Mr Rogers died aged 88 in 2003. First published The Times Date: 1987

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Explorer Thor Heyerdahl with his wife Jacqueline - 3

Explorer Thor Heyerdahl with his wife Jacqueline - 3
Thor Heyerdahl 1914-2002 - Kon Tiki explorer - with his wife Jacqueline at his home in Tenerife, Canary Islands Date: 1995

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Miner at coal face -3

Miner at coal face -3
Coal miner working underground at the coalface of Acres Nook private coal mine, near, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire England. The mine closed in 1991. First published The Sunday Correspondent Date: 1990

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Topless girls, Costa del Sol

Topless girls, Costa del Sol
Topless girls on beach, Benalmdena, Costa Del Sol, Spain. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Bum scratch - children

Bum scratch - children
I can t bare it. A small girl scratches her bottom while her little brother sits in a pushchair and covers his face. Leominster, Herefordshire, England Date: circa 1972

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Mahon Cathedral, Esglesia de Santa Maria, Menorca, Spain

Mahon Cathedral, Esglesia de Santa Maria, Menorca, Spain
Mahon Cathedral, Esglesia de Santa Maria in the centre of Mahon, Menorca, Spain. The church of Santa Maria. Seen from Placa d Espanya Date: 2012

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Woman in Bangkok wearing traditional Thai hat, or ngob

Woman in Bangkok wearing traditional Thai hat, or ngob
A happy young woman in Bangkok wearing traditional Thai hat, or ngob Date: 2000

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent, Syria

Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent, Syria
Portrait of middle aged Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent in the Syrian desert in Syria. She looks directly at the camera Date: 2005

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The home of snooker - The Oottacamund Club, Southern India

The home of snooker - The Oottacamund Club, Southern India
Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Syrian bedhouin shepherd boy holds a small lamb in his arms

Syrian bedhouin shepherd boy holds a small lamb in his arms
A young Syrian bedhouin shepherd boy holds a small lamb in his arms. He looks driectly at the camera and the picture is lit by soft early morning light

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio
Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998), working in his studio at home in Alfriston, East Sussex, England. He was the official War Artist for the RAF and RCAF during World War Two

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The Victorian kitchen at Brodsworth Hall, Brodsworth

The Victorian kitchen at Brodsworth Hall, Brodsworth, Doncaster, England. Photographed in 1989 with full permission of then owners Ron and Pam Williams Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The boat bed at Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster, England

The boat bed at Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster, England. Photographed in 1989 with full permission of then owners Ron and Pam Williams in 1989 Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Near naked man wades in a pond to gather water lilies - Bali

Near naked man wades in a pond to gather water lilies - Bali
Near naked man in a cooly hat wades in a pond to gather water lilies. Bali, Indonesia Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Bali seashell gleaner, Kuta

Bali seashell gleaner, Kuta
Bali seashell gleaner. Silhouette of woman with head scarf bending over to gather shells in the shallow seawater near Kuta Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Alison Jane Hargreaves - British mountain climber

Alison Jane Hargreaves - British mountain climber
" Alison Jane Hargreaves 1962 - 1995 was a British mountain climber. Her accomplishments included scaling Mount Everest alone, without supplementary oxygen or support from a Sherpa team

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Freddie Mercury and Queen recording music video, London

Freddie Mercury and Queen recording music video, London
Freddie Mercury with lead guitarist Brian May. Queen recording a video for Friends Will Be Friends, London Date: 1986

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The Cafe Gondree - the first house to be liberated on D Day

The Cafe Gondree - the first house to be liberated on D Day, June 1944. Normandy, France. The cafe sits beside the Pegasus Bridge on the Caen Canal Date: 1992

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Sailmaker William Leitch, in his sail loft in Loch Tarbert

Sailmaker William Leitch, in his sail loft in Loch Tarbert
Sailmaker William Leitch, in his sail loft in East Loch Tarbert, Scotland. William is the third generation of sailmakers to work from the old sail loft in Tarbert on the West Coast of Scotland

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Hannah Hauxwell - English farmer

Hannah Hauxwell - English farmer
Hannah Hauxwell, 1926 ? 2018, was an English farmer who was the subject of several television documentaries. She first came to public attention after being covered in an ITV documentary

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Mr Ivor Southorn, at the Brosley Clay Pipe works

Mr Ivor Southorn, at the Brosley Clay Pipe works
Mr Ivor Southorn, whose great, great grandfather William Southorn started clay pipemaking on an industrial scale in Broseley, Shropshire

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The Dylan Thomas writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne

The Dylan Thomas writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne
A curator in poet Dylan Thomass writing shed at The Boathouse, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales Date: 1988

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Five young people on grass - Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds

Five young people on grass - Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds
Five young people lie on the grass in Abbey Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Two of them, a boy and a girl, cuddle - she shows her knickers Date: 1988

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille

Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille
Old man concentrates on reading a newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille, France Date: 1988

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Old Delhi street scene

Old Delhi street scene
A crowded, hot, dusty street in Old Delhi. A vendor stands with a large basket on his head in the centre of the crowd Date: 1987

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Racing pigeon release

Racing pigeon release
Racing pigeons released from their traps from transport lorries at the start of a race from Worcestershire to Tipton in The Black Country in the English Midlands Date: 1992

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Rag n Bone man Stockport slum yard

Rag n Bone man Stockport slum yard
A Rag n Bone man pushes his barrow though a slum cummunal yard in Stockport, Cheshire, England. He is watched by small children. The property was demolished shortly afterwards Date: circa 1970

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Old lady, Burford, Cotswolds

Old lady, Burford, Cotswolds
An old lady, smartly dressed and wearing a deerstalker cap, look in an antique shop window. She carries a wicker shopping basket. Burford, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds, England

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Men in Irish pub, Cork, Ireland

Men in Irish pub, Cork, Ireland
Three men with pints of Guinness in an Irish pub in Cork, Ireland. One of the men lights a cigarette. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Hewenden Viaduct, Yorkshire

Hewenden Viaduct, Yorkshire
Retired farmer Tom Ackroyd mends a dry stone wall on his farm in the Hewenden Valley, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. In the distance is the Hewenden Viaduct

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: Woman in shoe shine booth Lisbon

Woman in shoe shine booth Lisbon
Shoe shine booths in a Lisbon Street, Portugal. People sit in the small cabins to have their shoes cleaned and shined Date: 1988

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: The Furness Line railway near Grange over Sands, Cumbria

The Furness Line railway near Grange over Sands, Cumbria
The Furness Line railway near Grange over Sands, Morecambe Bay, Cumbria, England Date: 2012

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: A little girl kneels to say her prayers - Carlisle Cathedral

A little girl kneels to say her prayers - Carlisle Cathedral
A little girl kneels to say her prayers in Carlisle Cathedral, Cumbria, England. She wears a tiara and holds her hands together 2011

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: A female photographer among crocuses in Soapery Gardens

A female photographer among crocuses in Soapery Gardens
A female photographer sits in the midst of a sea of purple and white crocuses in Soapery Gardens, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. She wears brightly coloured clothes Date: 2014

Background imagePhotography by Philip Dunn Collection: BAE Systems building, Michaelson Road, Barrow-in-Furness

BAE Systems building, Michaelson Road, Barrow-in-Furness
A woman walks beneath the big windows of BAE Systems building, Michaelson Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. She casts a shadow on the wall Date: 2012



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