I grew up beneath the tall majestic pines of Cypress, Texas. I moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas, received a BA in History and promptly settled in to my forever home, Austin, Texas.
Following college graduation, I managed a downtown commercial property for ten years for a local nonprofit. During my time as a property manager I simultaneously managed a book and coffee shop owned by the same nonprofit. I am passionate about supporting artists and handmade items, so it was a joy to pursue Austin based vendors, supporting their craft through my time in retail management. I discovered through the years that my love for my profession was tied to my love for community.
The day we bought our first home, there was a feeling not like any I had experienced in my life. It was the freedom of a blank slate, the space to spread out and the anticipation of improvement projects not yet realized. Taking clients to that moment is the greatest benefit to this profession.
Nothing centers me more than exploring the turquoise rivers and springs that adorn the Texas Hill Country. Living in Austin means exploring the abundant trails, iconic wildlife and native flora with my family every chance we get. To live in this city is to be surrounded by beauty. If you're new to the area, ask me where the natives go. I love pointing people towards adventure.
When I am not working for you, I am spending time with my family. I have an 11-year-old comedian cellist obsessed with the 80s and a 13-year-old ninja violinist obsessed with Softball. When we’re not working, we’re in nature. We love gardening, camping and our flock of chickens, the TreviChicks.