In an industry where things can move rapidly, keeping my finger on its pulse is both a challenge and a thrill. And in a region, like Greater Boston, where the texture and timbre can change dramatically from block to block, there is always something new to explore, to learn about and to share.
For my clients, for my business, I work hard to keep abreast of changes with both the Real Estate industry and the neighborhoods that define it.
Before becoming a Realtor, I wore many different hats. I studied language and Comparative Literature in college with a concentration in film. I am a drummer since I was 12 years old. In recent years, I caught the acting bug and have performed in several local stage productions as well as some film work. A lover of games of strategy, I play chess, poker and other board games regularly; I've lately been hooked by "Ticket to Ride". These days, I mentor kids weeekly at the chess club for the Curley School's after school program.
Professionally, I have worked as a writer at the MBTA's public relations department, a chef at the erstwhile Black Crow Caffe in JP, and was for over 5 years the publicity and booking manager for the Milky Way Lounge & Bella Luna Restaurant.
Although I grew up on the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts, I have been a proud resident of Jamaica Plain since the mid-1990's. As a Bostonian, I both love and hate my local sports teams--I still consider October 2004 as one my life's great highlights!!
I love my professional in part because I get to meet and to interact with so many different kinds of people. And with every deal comes a new challenge or a new experience that I can learn from and apply to the next. It's never boring.
My business is primarily referral based. My relationships with clients are very dear to me. It's important for my clients to know that far beyond the closing table, they have a resource and a friend they can call on anytime.
Thanks again for taking a moment to get to know me!