SEAKR Fundraiser 2011 | Denver Event Photographer


Supporting our Troops


Spend an evening with the SEAKR Foundation, and you’ll be inspired too.  SEAKR Foundation supports families of fallen and injured soldiers in Colorado. This is the second year I have photographed this event, and really love working with the SEAKR FoundationSEAKR Engineering, and Exodus Moving and Storage. Also big thanks to Saneth from Illumination Design Studio for the beautiful table design and the Westin Hotel Downtown Denver.

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Supporting Colorado’s Finest

It doesn’t take more than a moment after meeting Joel Coen of  Exodus Moving and Storage to feel his enthusiasm and passion for life.  He and his wife, Melissa, took that passion and enthusiasm and used it to raise money to support Colorado families of fallen soldiers.  SEAKR Engineering started the SEAKR Foundation in 2004 and have helped several families get back on their feet.

Thank you to the corporate sponsors: SEAKR EngineeringExodus Moving and StorageWells Fargo and The Curtis Hotel And also to Illuminations Design Studio for the beautiful event decoration and to  BNI – Action Partners for several businesses volunteering their time and talent.

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takes a lot of volunteers and a lot of organization! The ladies at the head of the Debutante Ball produce an amazing event every year at the Brown Palace Hotel, and raise tens of thousands of dollars to give to local charities.  I learned an incredible amount about the history of the Ball and the city of Denver. Best wishes planning for 2011!

From left to right, Barbara Knight, Betty Lynn Jackson, Dawn Wood, Sharon Martin, Pam Bansbach