My Story

Growing up in Washington State, my roots are deeply embedded in the Pacific Northwest. A creative spirit, my passion for music led me to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where I graduated Magna Cum Laude in just three years. I then relocated to California where I spent over twenty years as a music editor, honing my ability to exceed standards under tight deadlines with the utmost accuracy, setting myself apart in the fast-paced and highly competitive world of network television.

In 2006, I decided it was time for a change and my love of homes and working with people led me to a new career in real estate. Taking the time to learn every facet of my craft, I grew my business during the most trying real estate market in modern times, hiring a team to meet my impeccable standards of client service. As a top-producer and recipient of a number of client service awards, I have been a top producer at Dilbeck Real Estate and now am able to bring my unique perspective and passion to Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty-Sequim (Real Sequim, LLC) in Washington State.

Primarily a listing agent, I employ unique methods for marketing my clients’ homes, including personally produced videos and an artist I hire to create stunning watercolors of each listing. My ability to focus on every detail and provide on-the-spot troubleshooting has been fine-tuned over the years, notably by my years of working in what I call, “the pressure-cooker world of television.” It is those skills that allow me to provide exceptional service to my valued clientele. As an SRES designee, I am also able to provide an extra level of service to seniors and their housing needs.

My clients value my diligence, attention to detail and sincerity. I strive to be the type of agent that I myself would want to work with, and in the highly charged world of real estate transactions where patience is often tested, I knows the importance of having a Realtor who can maintain a calm demeanor and a level head. My three guiding principles have never wavered: be genuine, work hard and follow the “golden rule.”