Advisor profile

My approach

Putting clients first; it's what I do

Ameriprise earned a Hearts & Wallets Top Performer recognition in:

  • “Unbiased, puts my interest first”
  • “Explains things in understandable terms”
  • “Understands me and shares my values”

I’m proud to be associated with a firm known for its service and how it relates to clients, because serving your interests is my priority. I offer comprehensive financial advice and a broad range of solutions to help you and your loved ones live brilliantly, now and in the future.

With the right financial advisor, life can be brilliant.

Areas of focus

  • Retirement Planning Strategies
  • Tax Planning Strategies
  • Family Finances
  • Wealth Preservation Strategies
  • Saving for Education
  • Retirement Plan Distribution
  • Retirement Income Strategies
  • Investments
  • Insurance
Years of Experience
This number may include years as a financial advisor, and/or experience as a registered representative.


  • Washington State University – Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Marketing - 2005


My wife Skye and I have been blessed with two beautiful daughters Harlow and Eva. They bring so much joy to both of our lives. (Check out the “Family” photo album) Every day I look forward to the new things they learn and what lessons I can teach them but also what lessons they teach me!

I also enjoy anything in the outdoors including fishing, hunting, hiking, and camping with the family. We are all diehard Washington State Cougar fans... Go Cougs!

Community participation

I currently serve as the Chapter Chair for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for the Vancouver chapter. It’s an organization that helps protect wildlife and their habitat. Our chapter helps raise over $100,000 a year for the organization.

One thing that changed my life for the better was having great mentors and that is why I’m a volunteer for Junior Achievement. JA brings business people into the class room to help teach kids skills they can use in real life. I mainly work with High School students teaching personal finance. I feel today’s youth do not possess the skills needed to survive in the world and this is one way to help a few.