I’m proud to be born and raised in Grande Prairie. This city has offered my family a great place to thrive, and I’m forever grateful.
Before becoming a professional realtor, I spent 10 years skiing for Team Canada and went on to become the head coach for the Australian Freestyle team where we won 3 Olympic medals: gold in Vancouver 2010, and silver and bronze in Sochi 2014. Following the 2014 Olympics, I returned home and recommitted myself to a career in land development, commercial construction and sales.
With many ties to the community, I have my finger on the pulse of Grande Prairie’s market and am in constant contact with buyers and sellers in commercial & industrial real estate markets. Though I do dip my feet into residential real estate, my specialty lies in evaluating commercial properties, including industrial, retail, office and land. The advantages of each are unique: industrial real estate usually takes up an obviously larger space and prioritizes function over fashion, whereas retail and office real estate appear similar but function very differently. Pairing the right business with the right property is a new puzzle to solve every time, and I enjoy the challenge.
I love what I do because with every client looking for commercial real estate, I get to learn a new business model. Finding the right commercial property fit means knowing your business’s potential for growth, target market and passion. My aim is to provide my clients with the information they need to make educated decisions for their business. I respect my clients’ time and personal investments: that’s why I pride myself on my ability to listen. Being a great realtor isn’t about stretching a budget: it’s about finding the perfect efficient space for you.