Kevin R. Reppenhagen


Kevin Richard Reppenhagen is the President of KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED, a photography firm based in Annapolis, Maryland. In 1986, he achieved his life-long dream of becoming a professional photographer, starting with only a single camera, flash, and $250.00.

His photography portfolio consists of people from all walks of life: working people, entertainers, celebrities, athletes, and military personnel, and Presidents. Many of his images have been printed in various formats around the world. He has also coveted international and local awards for his images from portraits, weddings, special events, and commercial photography.

Kevin has been bestowed upon him honors such as “Best Portrait of a Man” from the Maryland Professional Photographers Association for his print “Gotham’s Greatest.” His photograph of National Anthem Singer, Donna Greenwald, has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Kevin has also been an official photographer for the Inaugural Balls of Presidents Bush and Clinton and was invited to the White House to photograph President Clinton for “Working America,” KRR’s own photographic gallery show benefiting the American Cancer Society. Kevin’s other official photographic assignments have included the Army’s Old Guard, “the Army’s Official Ceremonial Unit and Escort to the President.”

Kevin is a charter member of Wedding & Portrait Photographers International where he holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery (APA), Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement (AOPA), and the Accolade of Exceptional Photographic Achievement (AEPA). As a member of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel Chamber, Kevin was awarded “The Entrepreneur of the Year.” He also served as the Chamber’s official photographer for over ten years. Kevin has also served on the board of directors of the National Academy of Photography ™ and is a past president. He has authored many articles on photography and co-authored his first book on the subject named “First Chance of Expression.”

Kevin’s passion for life and dedication to his craft can be summed up in his business philosophy: “To take each exposure with care, for it will tell that moment in history and to treat each person in front of my lens, no matter what walk of life, as if they are royalty.”



Kevin Richard Reppenhagen is the President of KRR PHOTOGRAPHY LIMITED, a photography firm based in Annapolis, Maryland. In 1986, he achieved his life-long dream of becoming a professional photographer, starting with only a single camera, flash, and $250.00.

His photography portfolio consists of people from all walks of life: working people, entertainers, celebrities, athletes, and military personnel, and Presidents. Many of his images have been printed in various formats around the world. He has also coveted international and local awards for his images from portraits, weddings, special events, and commercial photography.

Kevin has been bestowed upon him honors such as “Best Portrait of a Man” from the Maryland Professional Photographers Association for his print “Gotham’s Greatest.” His photograph of National Anthem Singer, Donna Greenwald, has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Kevin has also been an official photographer for the Inaugural Balls of Presidents Bush and Clinton and was invited to the White House to photograph President Clinton for “Working America,” KRR’s own photographic gallery show benefiting the American Cancer Society. Kevin’s other official photographic assignments have included the Army’s Old Guard, “the Army’s Official Ceremonial Unit and Escort to the President.”

Kevin is a charter member of Wedding & Portrait Photographers International where he holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery (APA), Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement (AOPA), and the Accolade of Exceptional Photographic Achievement (AEPA). As a member of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel Chamber, Kevin was awarded “The Entrepreneur of the Year.” He also served as the Chamber’s official photographer for over ten years. Kevin has also served on the board of directors of the National Academy of Photography ™ and is a past president. He has authored many articles on photography and co-authored his first book on the subject named “First Chance of Expression.”

Kevin’s passion for life and dedication to his craft can be summed up in his business philosophy: “To take each exposure with care, for it will tell that moment in history and to treat each person in front of my lens, no matter what walk of life, as if they are royalty.”