Denver, CO — Deb Britton, CEO and Founding Principal of K2, was recently inducted into the Systems Contractor News (SCN) Fifth Annual Hall of Fame as one of 12 inductees. SCN honors integrators, consultants, and inventors who lead the audiovisual industry in innovation and creative design. Britton was recognized for her ability to keep apace of the evolving technology of audiovisual design and her tenacity to positively impact an audience’s experience of sound.
Since 2005, Britton has served as CEO and Founding Principal of K2, a Colorado based firm with an emphasis on acoustics, AV design, programming and high-level digital signal processing consultation work. Current noteworthy projects include the Bonfils Theatre Complex Renovation in Denver, CO, the Colorado School of Mines CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering in Golden, CO, the Qatar Academy in Doha, Qatar, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce Hearing Room in Washington DC and Wheeler Opera House Renovation in Aspen, CO. Britton is also very active in the industry and currently serves on the SMPS Colorado Sponsorship Committee, and the InfoComm International Board of Directors.
Britton is a graduate of Berklee College of Music where she first discovered the field of acoustical design through her music production and engineering undergraduate studies. She also studied electrical engineering technology at Northeastern University, and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and Communications at the University of Colorado Boulder. Britton is a past Adjunct Faculty member of the International Communications Industries Association, Inc. and was an instructor at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she taught a course in acoustics to future recording engineers and professional musicians.
Photo courtesy of K2