Photographer, adventurer, International Man of Mystery and Intrigue, Dennis Drenner was born the son of poor sharecroppers on Marylandâ€™s Eastern Shore. His parents soon realized he was different though when, at age five, Dennis snuck out to the chicken coop with his fatherâ€™s camera and produced a haunting and sensitive reportage on the small avian sweatshop. Before long Dennisâ€™ began to wonder about the world beyond the corn fields and, plundering the public library, he began to educate himself about world history and culture. By age ten he had taught himself conversational Spanish, German, Urdu, Hungarian and Uzbek from library tape programs . By 12 he was hitchhiking around Latin America with his camera, doing in-depth photo-essays on the revolutions sweeping the region and fathering the first of many bastard children. By 14, his work had caught the eye of the right editors and he became the youngest ever contract photographer for Time magazine.
Dennis currently spends a lot of time traveling the world doing sexy photo assignments for the worldâ€™s top publications. He spends his downtime at his trophy-stuffed home in Baltimore where he relaxes by fox hunting, dating supermodels, and hunting rabbits with his pet falcon Xerxes.