Miami, Florida —June 2, 2016 – The 20th Fins Weekend was held May 19-21, 2016 – where Miami Dolphins players, celebrities, and fans had a great time for a good cause. The weekend featured appearances by Dolphins players, coaches, alumni, cheerleaders, as well as incredible live and silent auctions to benefit the Miami Dolphins Foundation. As part of his commitment to this worthwhile cause, internationally recognized photographer, Kevin Dodge donated a piece of artwork to be auctioned at the event. The piece was purchased and another contribution was made. “I am honored to have played a small role in this incredible event by the Miami Dolphins Foundation. The idea of giving back to the community resonates with our corporate culture – and we wish the purchaser many years of enjoyment.”
About Kevin Dodge Fine Art Oceanic Photography
Born in South Miami and a third generation native, Kevin is also an avid free diver and lifelong water sports enthusiast. His latest work combines his two loves, photography and diving, capturing the undersea world in a unique and elegant way. Kevin invites the viewer to pause and take a moment to see the silent, yet thrilling, undersea world that few rarely glimpse. From powerful and deadly Swordfish and sharks to the thrilling shallow world of Bonefish and Tarpon, Kevin captures the art of these exciting creatures in a way that is both artful and elegant.
Over 20+ years, Kevin Dodge’s work has been featured in numerous international magazines and media. His creations are in the collections of Coca Cola, Ford, IBM, Dell, Budweiser, Hyatt Hotels, Jimmy Buffet, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson.
About the Miami Dolphins Foundation
The Miami Dolphins Foundation is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization established in 1996 as the fundraising arm of the Miami Dolphins Football Team. Since Chairman of the Board and Managing General Partner Stephen Ross assumed leadership, the Miami Dolphins Foundation has committed to making a year-round difference in the South Florida community through each of its pillars: Education, Health and Volunteerism.