Artist profiles - Graham Dunn

Graham Dunn, 39, originally studied medicine and specialised in ear, nose and throat surgery before making the change to a life behind the lens. He has been photographing full-time for over six years.

With a great passion for landscape photography, Graham is constantly inspired by the British landscape. His deep affection for the Peak District began ten years ago when he moved to Sheffield. Since then, he has continually explored and photographed the area, persevering throughout the seasons and the Peak’s dramatic weather variations. A self-confessed technophile, Graham is a great believer in the digital era although he adopts a traditional approach of producing images that recreate the landscape as remembered at the time of capture.

Graham has won regional and national competitions and has twice been commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. In addition, his book ‘Peak District: a landscape guide’, the first in a series of fine-art landscape photography books, has enjoyed favourable reviews: "...a truly remarkable and beautiful book."   THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE "I think it is marvellous. The most evocative and honest pictures of the Peak District that I have ever seen."   MATTHEW PARRIS

Graham also enjoys sharing his passion with others and offers one-to-one and small group workshops as well as lectures to photographic societies.

For more information see www.grahamdunn.co.uk

Web site: www.grahamdunn.co.uk