After graduating from The University of Oregon in 2014, I started my professional life as a project engineer for a general contractor in Southern California. While I enjoyed some aspects of the business, I decided that it wasn’t everything that I wanted. A friend who had recently started working in real estate suggested that I would be a great fit for the industry. I received my real estate license in 2017 and have been helping people buy and sell homes full time since. In 2019, my wife Lauren matched for residency at The University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. We welcomed the opportunity to move somewhere new and immediately fell in love with Omaha and the rest of Nebraska. We set up roots quickly purchasing a home, getting started with work (myself in real estate and Lauren as a doctor) and getting our first dog Larry, followed by our second dog Irvin. I can genuinely say the last few years here in Omaha have been the best of my life. When it comes to my business I believe, above all else, in putting my clients’ best interests first. For most people their home is the single biggest financial asset they have. With this in mind, I know it is vital that I exercise the utmost care and dedication to making sure my clients get what they want and need.