Michael achieved a lifelong dream of relocating to San Francisco from Wisconsin in 2018. He spent a great deal of time in the Bay Area while growing up, as a large contingent of his family has been here for years. Those frequent trips showed Michael a place and culture filled with unparalleled beauty and interest, and he always knew he would one day call San Francisco home. He brings with him a Midwesterner’s neighborly approach to life. He believes every task no matter how large or small is worth doing the right way, and that every personal interaction should feel as comfortable and familiar as if it were with a good friend.
Michael grew up in the world of Real Estate. His parents and grandparents have managed a large portfolio of residential properties and have operated a residential construction business throughout his entire life. He has spent summers, weekends, and evenings on countless construction sites with his parents and brothers. These experiences taught him the project management skills and attention to detail that he used to develop his career as a custom kitchen designer over the last decade. He understands that communication is the most important tool in any home construction or repair process, and works diligently to bridge the gap between homeowners, vendors, and contractors. One of his greatest talents is the ability to adapt quickly and provide effective solutions to the challenges that arise during renovation projects. He enjoys the challenges and surprises along the way and takes great pride in the beautiful spaces that are shaped through his efforts.
Michael spends his free time with friends exploring his new city. He loves discovering great little out-of-the-way restaurants and coffee shops. He also enjoys baking and can often be found in the kitchen with his nieces and nephews covered in flour and smiling from ear to ear, working on something delicious. His greatest joy is his large family both here in the Bay Area and in Wisconsin, and he tries to see them all as often as possible, although he often ends up scheduling his trips to Wisconsin outside of the winter months.