John E. Dove


John Eric Dove is partner and Vice President of KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED, a professional photography firm in Annapolis, Maryland. John has been a member of the KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED staff from the conception of the business in 1986. John became a partner and vice president in 1995.

John uses his eye for photographic composition and custom set design for his advertising, commercial, portrait, and documentary photography. His images consist of people from all walks of life: working people, entertainers, celebrities, politicians, athletes, and military personnel to mention a few.

Many of John’s images have been published in various forms internationally. He also holds many awards for international and national photography competitions, earning him a reputation among clients and colleagues as a photographic artist. He was an official photographer for President Clinton’s 1993 Inaugural Ball and for President Bush’s Inaugural Ball in 2001. He completed a dramatic series of photographs for “Working America”, KRR‘s own photographic gallery show that benefited The American Cancer Society.

John studied under the creative photographic influences of Monte Zucker and Clay Blackmore. He has also collaborated with many other world-renowned photographers. John is KRR’s artistic photography director for events that take place all over the United States and abroad. He has spoken around the country on photographic subjects and has worked with many of the industries vendors to produce workshops and seminars to highlight the vendor’s products. He has authored many articles on photography and co-authored his first book on the subject named “First Chance of Expression.”

John is a member of Wedding & Portrait Photographers International where he holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery (APM), Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement (AOPA), and John has also sat on the board of directors of The National Academy of Photography.

John’s passion for life can be summed up in his philosophy of photography: “To capture one specific moment in time that will last forever for generations to come, is what I strive for when I photograph someone. And to let the viewer feel as if they know something about the person, just by looking into the photograph.”



John Eric Dove is partner and Vice President of KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED, a professional photography firm in Annapolis, Maryland. John has been a member of the KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED staff from the conception of the business in 1986. John became a partner and vice president in 1995.

John uses his eye for photographic composition and custom set design for his advertising, commercial, portrait, and documentary photography. His images consist of people from all walks of life: working people, entertainers, celebrities, politicians, athletes, and military personnel to mention a few.

Many of John’s images have been published in various forms internationally. He also holds many awards for international and national photography competitions, earning him a reputation among clients and colleagues as a photographic artist. He was an official photographer for President Clinton’s 1993 Inaugural Ball and for President Bush’s Inaugural Ball in 2001. He completed a dramatic series of photographs for “Working America”, KRR‘s own photographic gallery show that benefited The American Cancer Society.

John studied under the creative photographic influences of Monte Zucker and Clay Blackmore. He has also collaborated with many other world-renowned photographers. John is KRR’s artistic photography director for events that take place all over the United States and abroad. He has spoken around the country on photographic subjects and has worked with many of the industries vendors to produce workshops and seminars to highlight the vendor’s products. He has authored many articles on photography and co-authored his first book on the subject named “First Chance of Expression.”

John is a member of Wedding & Portrait Photographers International where he holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery (APM), Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement (AOPA), and John has also sat on the board of directors of The National Academy of Photography.

John’s passion for life can be summed up in his philosophy of photography: “To capture one specific moment in time that will last forever for generations to come, is what I strive for when I photograph someone. And to let the viewer feel as if they know something about the person, just by looking into the photograph.”