I was lucky enough to grow up in Vail, credit given to my adventurous mother who moved here in 1968. At the time, there were less than 100 year-round residents, the streets were unpaved and locals rode their horses on the streets of Vail Village. My family went camping in the wilderness of what is now Beaver Creek, slept under the stars and drank water from the streams. Life was simple and extraordinary, and that same magic still exists today.
My passion for the mountains ultimately led me back to Vail after attending CU Boulder, where a career in real estate seemed the natural choice.
Through hard work and joy in what I do, I successfully closed 34 properties in 2018 earning me a Top Producer award in my firm.
There’s perhaps no other community in the entire valley that has evolved and grown as much as Gypsum has in recent years. Home to the Eagle County Regional Airport, Gypsum is not only easily accessible from just about anywhere, its ultra...