Nick Dunmur is a professional photographer and has been all his working life.

Nick grew up in Sheffield where he managed to remain relatively unscathed despite regular exposure to Heaven 17, The Human League and Cabaret Voltaire (a brief period of ruffles on shirt cuffs soon passed, fortunately).
He moved to Nottingham in 1985 and finished a BA (Hons) in Photography at Trent Polytechnic, graduating with a 1st in 1988. He started a photographic business immediately, having taken on small commercial jobs whilst in his final year.

A few (...ok, quite a few) years on and with the experience of working for some well-known and demanding clients under his belt (Paul SmithTriumph MotorcyclesYamaha Motorcycles to name but three), he continues to develop his own photographic work and interests. He takes on professional commercial and advertising commissions, including making small pieces of video/moving image for clients, and produces personal work for several environment-driven photographic print-works. A large-scale body of work titled Edgelands, has already formed the basis of two exhibitions in the Midlands.

He makes his own work and sells limited edition fine art photographic prints thorough his shop at Artfinder and also through his own dUNMUR | Printworks website.

Working with a colleague and professional platinum printer, Richard Freestone he has devised a method of making digital inkjet negatives allowing digital images to be printed using a range of analogue, alternative processes such as silver gelatin, salt, cyanotype and platinum.

Until June 2013, Nick was a non-executive director of the Association of Photographers (AOP) and between October 2008 and January 2011 held the role of Chair. He is also one of the founding group of members of Pro Imaging, another trade body which protects the rights of professional photographers, and up until 2013, represented them on the board of the British Photographic Council.

He also works as the business and legal adviser for the AOP, helping members with chasing payments, infringers and checking contracts and paperwork to make sure things are ship-shape.

If you wish to contact Nick, you can do so by email, phone or use the contact form below;

t  +44 844 5855505   or

m  +44 7831 253745

Using Format