Dennis Jones has been a professional photographer for twenty-seven years and a professional writer for twelve.

 

He received the degree of Master Photographer from the Professional Photographers of America in 1988, was made a Fellow by the Professional Photographers of California and named Colorado Photographer of the Year by the Professional Photographers of Colorado.

 

Prior to becoming a photographer, Dennis spent fifteen years as a musician playing French Horn and performing with symphony orchestras, chamber music ensembles and in recording studios.

 

Dennis writes on the topic of photography and creativity and has spoken extensively on the creative process. His travel articles and essays are published in regional, national and international publications. In 2016 he photographed and wrote, "Land of the Turks", an exploration of the landscape, history, cultures and peoples of the Anatolian Peninsula for Blue Dome Press.

 

Many of his images and those of his associates have been shown in national and international exhibitions. With his company, Dreamcatcher Imaging, Dennis and his associates travel internationally creating architectural and corporate event photography for his clients many of whom are Fortune 500 companies.