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Jagoteq Laser Lighting Shines at Women In Media Unveiling Enchantment Masquerade Gala




To contribute to the efforts of Women In Media, a 501(c)(3) focused on promoting gender balance in film and entertainment industries, Jagoteq used their groundbreaking lighting to illuminate the organization’s Unveiling Enchantment Masquerade Gala. Supporting the mixer and the mission, the laser driven fiber optic cable lights set the mood for attendees, who came dressed to the nines in ballgowns, suits and, of course, masks.

 

Scores of guests clad in elegant and extravagant attire made their way to the festivities, held at the home of Birns and Sawyer’s own Mari Acevedo, WiM Advisory Board Member. The evening's live entertainment included a performance by artist and Women In Media member Becca Schack. Deborah Pratt, co-creator of Quantum Leap, and style icon Derek Warburton (aka Derek Fabulous) oversaw the costume competition as the Masquerade’s celebrity judges. Ashley Covington took home the BEST MASK Award.

 

Powered by lasers, Jagoteq's vibrant lighting enhanced the mansion venue, lining the grand staircase entryway illuminating a safe path to the festivities. More Jagoteq bold, watersafe fiber optic cable lit the pool sides in a series of sassy hues. A neon-style “W-I-M” sign safely hung behind the pool as Singer Becca Schack and other performers belted out the tunes. Actor Diana Budko wore a glowing masquerade mask thanks to Jagoteq's 1mm fiber optic cable.

 

“Women in Media was thrilled to partner with Jagoteq to make our Unveiling Enchantment Masquerade Gala truly glamorous,” says Tema Staig, Executive Director of Women In Media. “We loved being able to share this exciting lighting technology with our attendees, who were impressed with the versatility, and safety (especially around water). Jagoteq lighting made our event truly special.” The gala was attended by members, associates, and guests with proceeds going to support the non-profit’s continued workshops, educational seminars, and initiatives.

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