Susie and Steve: Wedding at the Palihouse in West Hollywood

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

wedding photograph by dennis drenner in los angeles palihouse hotel west hollywood

I first met the beautiful Susie in October 2008 while photographing a wedding in Italy where she was a guest.  While on the way to that wedding, she met a charming Englishman at LAX, they kept in touch, and a year or so later I had the pleasure of photographing their wedding at the Palihouse

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Destination Wedding in Colombia: Maria Teresa and Raj in Cartagena

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

maria laughs at her wedding reception in cartagena, colombia

Event professionals would call this one a "destination wedding in Cartagena, Colombia."   I would call it a weekend blowout for the record books, where everyone who attended will sigh wistfully every time they see that white linen outift hanging in their closet. Raj and Maria Teresa had both

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Destination Wedding in Miami: Michelle and Scott

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

miami beach wedding photograph at the eden rock hotel by dennis drenner

It was great to get out of rainy Baltimore a few weeks ago to photograph Scott and Michelle’s destination wedding in sunny Miami Beach. The ceremony and reception were held at the Eden Roc,  a classic deco Miami Beach Hotel that has recently undergone a facelift. How was the wedding you ask?

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Destination Wedding in Sienna, Italy: Robbie and Magda

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

I photographed Robbie and Magda’s wedding near Siena, Italy last weekend.  Not a bad gig, I must admit!

wedding photography in tuscany italy

wedding photography in tuscany italy

wedding photography in tuscany italy

wedding photography in tuscany italy

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Outer Banks Wedding in Nags Head, NC: Kristin and Jim

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Good times in the OBX this weekend! Kristin and Jim had their ceremony on a quiet beach on Cape Hatteras with the reception at the charming First Colony Inn in Nags Head, North Carolina.  Special thanks to Kenny and Michael for their help with the photo booth, which was more popular than I

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