About

This website is a portal to all the things I do. What do I do? Too much probably! But to answer the questions I’m a gardener, a real estate agent, a saxophone player and former band director. My most important role though is that of a father to my four children. If you have an interest in gardening I invite you to visit Growing The Home Garden. It’s a blog I started in 2007 and contains a lot of information from my own perspective. Some of it is “How to” stuff with photos of various parts of my garden. I’ve worked with Lowe’s Creative Ideas, Troy-Bilt, and other companies on their promotions from time to time. Lately though work has been very busy and my gardening has slowed down a little but feel free to search the site and see what you can find. If it helps you in some way it has served its purpose!

Most of my time now is spent in helping people fulfill their goals. I’ve helped people buy new construction homes, homesteads, land, and all that is in between. I’m located in Spring Hill, TN which is one of Tennessee’s fastest growing towns. If you need help with real estate then please look me up on Spring Hill Home Hunter or Middle TN Home Hunter. I’m also a member of the Gillig Group real estate group with Keller Williams Realty and you can get in touch with us there too!

I grew up with music. My dad spent 20 years in the Air Force before retirement and watching the military bands was important to him. When I was in 4th grade I got started on the clarinet and by 7th grade was learning the saxophone. I went to Science Hill High School in Johnson City then transferred to Columbia Central in Columbia TN. I had some great band experiences at both places which influenced my decision to continue into a musical career. For college I went to Tennessee Tech University then began teaching band to middle school and high school students. It was fun but as our family grew so did our needs which eventually led me to become a stay at home dad, then a realtor. These days I spend my spare time (which isn’t much!) fixing up vintage saxophones. The sounds that come from some of those classic horns are amazing!

There’s a little more to me than that but in a nutshell there it is!