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First, the fun stuff: I enjoy canoeing rivers, hiking, skiing, writing, and communing with Nature.  I'm geeky about all things Montana.  More than anything else, I love spending time with my son, especially as we explore together.

Work-wise, I've been professionally employed in residential construction for 24 years, mostly at the administrative level for over $55 million in cumulative contract volume.  In the field, I'm a master builder with a passion for creative outlets, especially the design of homes.  To best serve my clients, I'm licensed in Montana as a real estate sales agent... and handing over the keys for the first time to someone's home is fun stuff, too.  


Bachelor of Science, Construction Management

Colorado State University, magna cum laude

Bachelor of Arts, Communication

DePauw University


Certified Constructor with American Institute of Constructors

Licensed Real Estate Sales Agent in Montana



Design:  Preparation of home conceptual design, Preparation of complete construction drawings

Construction:  Homebuilding, General contracting, Construction management,  Owner representation

Real Estate:  Initial consultation, Listing agent, Buying agent, Preparation of market valuation.


To create the ideal home for a given setting:  one that is captivating in form, employs tried-and-true building techniques to withstand centuries, and is cost efficient.




Degrees and certifications are nice, of course.  But jobsite experience is at least twice as beneficial in the sphere of homebuilding, and life experience is worth even more to understanding how a home actually "lives."


Yes, I love creating things from scratch or, more to the point, homes from a pile of lumber.  But creative problem-solving is as important where design meets the reality of construction today.

Value engineering

If there's one lesson from my first project management job in Aspen that I've kept all along—ironic as this may seem—it's that incredible homes are achievable on a budget.

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