Dennis Hammon

Dennis Hammon

M.Photog.Cr., CPP, F-ASP

With over 45 years of experience Dennis Hammon, is still excited about

getting up every day to work.  With a following of family, senior, commercial and boudoir clients he still services his clients of over 4 decades.  In recent years, Dennis has developed a following for his Fine art/scenic photography.

Years of experience behind him, and years ahead for the learning Dennis loves to share with fellow photographers his  style of lighting and photography for portraits or you can find him in the field instructing the art of composition, finding the scene and enjoying the out of doors.

Dennis is a PPA Master Photographer, Photographic Craftsman, PPA Certified. He has been twice named Photographer of the year by Intermountain Professional Photographers and Master of the year in Idaho eight times, and continually in the top 10.  Dennis also has been awarded over a dozen Kodak Gallery awards and numerous Fuji Masterpiece awards. The more than 100 + images accepted by the PPA and numerous Loan images attest to his love of print competition and is also a PPA Affiliated print juror.

 Dennis has also earned the PPA Excellence in Imaging Award and 2 bars for loan images. Most recently Dennis was award Fellow of Photography from the American Society of Photographers.  He is one of only 123 photographers in the world with this honor.

He has also been recognized by his peers by receiving the National Award for

his service to professional photography by several state Photographic organizations.


In his work, Dennis strives to express not merely a picture but a reflection of thoughts, feelings and dreams, using his ability to seek both the inner and outer beauty to create a lasting memory.  It hasn’t always been easy but after 45 years in business Dennis strives to inspire and motivate photographers to find their artistic side as well as their business side.


Dennis knows what it is like to dream and succeed! Always believing in the saying “If you are not the lead dog the scenery never changes”.