About Jardene Photography
Andy Denton owns Jardene Photography, originally from England. He played fast-action sports, including Hockey and Skiing, while attending his Computer degree at University. Andy moved to Canada in the ’90s and has spent years in the Canadian Rockies. Our company’s main focus is being Nature Photographers.
In his youth, Andy raced mountain bikes and took part in the 24 hours events in Canmore, Silver Star, and MOAB. He has skied in the Canadian Rockies for the best part of 27 years and he has held Ski instructor and Ski Coach Certifications. Consequently started photographing fast-action ski racing in 2012.
Andy became a Platinum member of Canon Professional Services recently and exclusively uses Canon products. He currently uses the Canon R5 with a Canon 5D Mark III as a backup camera.
Firstly, Andy started photographing amateur ski racers, both his daughters were ski racers and Andy found himself taking fast-action sports photographs during the racers in Alberta and BC. Meanwhile, he started taking high-level courses on online sites for photography. In 2019 he decided to invest in his photography future and started a master class in fine art photography.
With the Fine Art Master Class under his belt, he started entering his photography into competitions and started winning awards. The awards include FAPA and ND Awards as well as the Epson Pano Awards.
In 2021 Andy joined the Master’s Photographers International and entered 20 images into their jump start program. At the end of 2021, he entered several of his photographs into the International Image competition run by MPI. With the results being announced at the end of 2021, Andy won Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for his images.
Also at the end of 2021, Andy received a Craftsman degree in Nature Photography from MPI. There were quite a few points accumulated for his Master’s in Nature Photography too. Plus he also scored points for his Craftsman Degree and Masters in Fine Art Photography.