I’ve been privileged to work with the leaders of our industry at the top of their game throughout my career and because of that, I fear nothing – I could produce on the moon if I needed to.
Dennis AndersonInterview with PDN magazine

“I love your amazing creativity, your work ethic and, of course, your drop-dead style!”
Kate WhiteEditor In Chief, Cosmopolitan Magazine

“You just always know that with Dennis producing, the project will be accomplished.”
Holland UtleyFormer Creative Director, Glamour Magazine

“You have what this business calls ‘an eye’ or artistic vision. It cannot be taught, it cannot be bought – you either have it or you don’t.”
Lucy SismanFounding Creative Director, Allure Magazine

“…Dennis – you are a star!”
Timothy Greenfield SandersPhotographer

Dennis Anderson moved to New York City from Southern California in the summer of 1991 to further pursue a successful modeling career that he had begun while in college.

In October 1993 he was cast by Caroline Bessette (Kennedy) in what would be his last New York modeling assignment for Calvin Klein and what was to be the first-ever runway collection presented at the Bryant Park tents.

Before the end of fashion week, he had been hired by legendary Creative Director Lucy Sisman to join the creative team at Sisman Design.

Among key assignments for the boutique design and advertising firm that Dennis was involved with were the redesign and prototype proposal of COSMOPOLITAN Magazine for then Hearst President Clayes Barenberg and the prototype development and proposal for Conde Nast Sports for Women Magazine.

For his last project with Sisman Design, Dennis contributed to the campaign development and launch of the first-ever Sony Style Concept Store, New York.

In a bid of farewell to his mentor, he wrote the campaign’s ad line “It’s SO New York” (spelling ‘S O N Y’) as an homage to Lucy Sisman’s iconic DKNY masterwork ad campaign with Peter Arnell.

In April 1996 Dennis was asked to join Conde Nast Sports for Women to launch the company’s unique view of women’s sports and fitness where he still holds the distinction of producing the only editorial shoot ever granted access to the Royal Casino at Monaco.

In October 1998 Dennis was hired by COSMOPOLITAN Magazine to join newly appointed Editor In Chief Kate White where in ten years as it’s Photography Director, he collaborated with photographers Patrick Demarchelier, Steve Hiett, Sante D’Orazio, Cliff Watts, Ruven Afanador, Matthew Rolston, Marc Hom, Marc Baptiste, Ben Watts, Wayne Maser, Kenneth Willardt, Timothy Greenfield Sanders, Vincent Laforet, Roxanne Lowit and Dean Isidro to maintain the iconic brand’s position as the world’s largest selling magazine and influential force in entertainment, fashion, beauty and men.

In August 2008 he has launched andersonmedia – creative production for advertising and editorial outlets.