We’re semi-newlyweds living in the great city of Cincinnati, except for this year as different parts of the world will be our home. Although different in our own ways, we both share common loves of cooking, the outdoors, volleyball, skiing, delicious food scenes, travel (obviously) and our awesome dog Bentley.
Adam works as a Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams focusing on and passionate about investment properties. When he’s not making calls, renovating homes around the city or building his local Key Property Partners team, you can find him on one of Cincinnati’s many sand volleyball courts, year-round. In fact, he tried to bring THREE volleyballs on this 10-month trip (luggage limitations got him down to 2… I’ll keep you posted on how he survives). Adam is also a foodie and loves ordering the strangest thing on every menu. If I had to sum him up in 4 words it would be: determined, practical, thoughtful and curious.
I, the likely frequent author of this blog, am an environmental graphic designer for m+a architects. What that mostly means if you aren’t familiar, is that I design environments that communicate information, a brand or a feeling. Installations, signage, wall graphics, custom art, and so on and so forth. It’s pretty awesome work. When I’m not working, I’m usually putting my creative juices to good use and DIY’ing something around our newly renovated home or sending Adam pictures of adoptable dogs. I love otters, wine tastings, a good charcuterie board and keeping an active lifestyle. Adam’s summary of me in four words is: enthusiastic, determined, adventurous, and athletic (finally, he admitted it!)
Although our dog Bentley won’t be contributing to this blog, he will surely be on our minds with every post. Bentley is our rescue pup who is just plain awesome. He looks like an athletic Holstein cow, an observation from my granny, and although a weird mix of afraid and acutely aware of everything, he has a huge part of our hearts. When he’s not sleeping, he enjoys nut butter, zucchini, running at the dog park and laying his head on everything while looking pathetically sweet.