I am a full-time Realtor with Dunes Properties of Charleston, specializing in the second home market, investment properties, and resort real estate. I have over 15 years of experience with coastal and luxury home sales.
In addition, I am a professional photographer specializing in outdoor, landscape and real estate photography.
In my spare time, I enjoy outdoor activities like tennis, boating, snow skiing, golf, and biking, and am an avid griller as well as live music enthusiast.
I am a graduate of North Carolina State University and a
member of the National Association or Realtors.
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Monthly Archives: January 2016
Brittlebank Park Sunset
There are lots of great places to catch a sunset in the Charleston area from the beaches to the city. As a landscape photographer I have pretty much been to them all time and time again. One spot that has … Continue reading
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Wild Dunes Home Sales Up / Condo Sales Down
The positive upward trend seen in 2014 continued in 2015 for home sales in Wild Dunes. The number of homes sold, the volume of sold listings, and the median price were all up at year end compared to 2014. In … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized, Wild Dunes, Wild Dunes Real Estate Tagged Condos, homes, Real Estate, Statistics, Wild Dunes, Wild Dunes Resort Leave a comment
Charleston Coast Landscapes – Volume 1
One of the most exciting and challenging things about landscape photography is working with what mother nature gives you. It is also what makes it addicting as you never know exactly what you are going to get. An advantage of … Continue reading
Real Estate Photography – It Matters
Nothing kills me more than seeing a million dollar home listed with an agent who offers nothing more than photos from his/her cell phone or point and click camera. Yet, it happens all the time. Most, and I say most, … Continue reading