A native of New York, Graeme’s love of architecture was inspired by his roots in the beautiful Hudson River Valley. There, he lived on the 2,700-acre Hitchcock Estate (Timothy Leary’s old stomping grounds), in the Daheim Gatehouse, a curious castle complete with turrets, a clock tower, and (of course) a moat. He’s also lived in the oldest home in Millbrook, New York, dating back to 1721, on a 225-acre estate. Graeme’s unique childhood homes created in him an affinity for quality craftsmanship, an appreciation for what makes a house a home, and a discerning vision that informs his aesthetics.
Throughout his years playing college and high-level club soccer, Graeme developed a remarkable gift for seeing the pitch in a unique way – seeing both the big picture and the next five plays before they happen. This ability animates his approach to real estate and to life and serves his clients well.
After making his way from NYC to the Big Island of Hawaii, Graeme settled in the Bay Area where he now lives in the Oakland Hills where he treasures the natural beauty that surrounds the sanctuary he calls home. His hobbies and interests include cooking, snowboarding, stand-up comedy, classic BMWs, and bulldogs.