Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors Event ~ Austin Event Photographer

Filed In:

Providing Austin event photography for the national TAPS organization’s Texas Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp

Earlier this year, I was honored to be able to be part of a team of photographers covering an event for an amazing organization. TAPS is a support organization that comes along side families that have lost a military loved one. Since TAPS began, they’ve been able to provide comfort through a round-the-clock peer support program pro bono to over 70,000 survivor families.

During this event held at Camp Maybry in Austin, survivor children and their mentors spent the morning at Good Grief Camp which, as you can tell from all the happy faces, was a fun series of events. A couple of players and several cheerleaders of the Texas Toros came all the way from Houston to give some football tips and sign autographs. Local grocery chain HEB provided staff to help man the event plus lots of ice-cold water and an amazing bbq lunch (it was super yummy brisket and coleslaw).

It was such a treat to get to see the kids enjoying time with their peers and mentors. Their mentors, as I understood it, were in the military themselves so it was pretty heartwarming to know how much our men and women in the armed forces give back in so many ways.

Details and decor to welcome the volunteers and survivors for TAPS Texas Survivors Seminar and Good Grief Camp - Austin Event Photography A team from HEB helps to set up the stations for games, food and giveaways at the TAPS Event at Camp Maybry ~ Austin Event Photograher The team from HEB gets prepped for what to expect during the event ~ Austin event photographer TAPS Texas survivors seminar and Good Grief Camp preparations before the survivors and their mentors arrive ~ Austin event photographersSurvivors and mentors arrive ~ Austin event photographersTeam members of the Houston Texans arrive at the TAPS Texas survivors event ~ Austin event photographers

Curious about TAPS? Visit their web site here.





Filed In:
Share On:

Fill out the form below or email us at or call us at 512-289-4341. If you don’t hear back in 24 hours, please check your spam folder. Sometimes our emails can end up there. 

Get in touch today

How to Contact Us