More About Me

13-year winner of Seattle Magazine's Best Realtor Award

I have been selling real estate in the Seattle area for over 15 years now. I feel lucky to enjoy my work as much as I do and have been surrounded by supportive and loyal clients that refer me to their family and friends. My business is almost exclusively by referral. 

This year I was elected to be VP of Business Practices for the Seattle King County Realtors Association and will chair the First Citizen's Scholarship Foundation. I also serve at the state level as a Board Director for Washington Realtors. I am actively involved as an Agent of Change with Mary's Place, which serves our homeless community here in King County, and make a contribution to the Windermere Foundation with each and every transaction I do.

I moved to Seattle in 1996 from Los Angeles. Before I got into real estate I worked in film and television production as a set decorator. I see my real estate transactions as mini-productions and enjoy prepping listings for the market. My background in writing, design, photography and working with the public make real estate a natural fit for me.

I live near Magnuson Park with my family and can be found riding my bike on the Burke-Gilman trail in the summer or rowing on Green Lake. I am a big supporter of local theater and arts and enjoy delighting in the many culinary treats our city has to offer. I also love to sing and dabble in writing. My newest passion is learning to ride my horse, Beau. His Barn is out in Monroe, WA and has become my happy place.