Originally from historic Woodstock, Vermont, I have a diverse background living in cities around the world. I spent my early youth traveling Europe, spending a year in Provence, before moving to New York City. I studied journalism at the New School for Social Research and went into the film industry to produce commercials for a variety of artists and creative people. The job took me to San Francisco and Hanover, New Hampshire, where I eventually managed a film and video production company for three years prior to moving to Santa Fe in 1991.
I fell in love with this remarkable city and its culture—so different from places I lived before and yet so aligned with my inspired sensibility. Here I worked for Rick Johnson Advertising in Albuquerque. I also ran the Santa Fe office for a Dallas-based production company before starting my own business, Santa Fe Pictures, which represented high-end commercial directors.
Real estate, I have learned, is my business. I have been a successful agent for twenty-one productive years. I specialize in residential real estate and vacant land development, and I produce results for anyone looking to sell or buy a home. My intuition and tenacity have taken me around the world and make me a valuable asset to clients looking for an engaged and hardworking agent. I understand how our eclectic community runs in this unique climate; sometimes harsh, sometimes mild, but always changing. (Where else can you ski in the morning and play golf all afternoon?)