I was born on Capital Hill in Washington, D.C. into a family of contractors and grew up around construction in the D.C./Maryland metropolitan area. My grandfather and mother, among other projects, ran the construction crew for The World Bank. I grew up around home construction and lived in several houses that I saw being built from the ground up. As I grew older, I helped run the family construction business.
Thereafter, I went on to earn a B.A. in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and attended The American Conservatory Theatre Drama School in San Francisco. I sold residential real estate in the challenging San Francisco market in the mid-1980′s.
From San Francisco to New York to Los Angeles, I have been affiliated with several national publications including Martha Stewart, Architectural Digest and Good Housekeeping. From my experience at these publications as well as international advertising firms, I have developed a solid understanding of creative design and marketing. Iíve also worked in the field of Information Technology and am well versed in New Media, especially as it relates to marketing your home or finding you a new residence.
I have worked as an actor (appearing on Law and Order: SVU), theatre director, film director and writer. My award-winning short film, A Lesson in Biology, appeared in festivals throughout the world.
I welcome the opportunity to use my unique skill set in selling your current home or finding you that perfect place.
Please fill in your contact information here Ė Iím happy to schedule a consultation and set you up for direct access to the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, which will give you access to the most up-to-date information available about property currently for sale.
I look forward to working with you.