My anthropological adventures to date

Graduated College of Charleston in 2002 with a Bachelors in Science for Anthropology and a Bachelors in Arts in Philosophy & Religious Studies. I moved to Brooklyn NY in 2003 and began working as a real estate agent/broker for artists and those being evicted from their homes in efforts to study the cultural impact of Rapid Gentrification. Below is a brief timeline of my adventures in Anthropology.

2002- Graduated from College of Charleston

2003- Moved to New York City to begin Graduate School for Applied Anthropology (became bored)

2004- Began work as a real estate agent working in Brooklyn, NY exclusively with plans to explore the cultural impact of rapid gentrification in world cities

- became the first real estate blogger ever, exposing issues in transparency in the real estate industry

-began work on my own real estate company, called Space Independent

-Started the Real Estate Blog Pro blog to promote the use of free tools to accomplish real estate tasks and promoted transparency in real estate online.

-worked exclusively with relocation of professional artists and those being evicted due to rezoning of Brooklyn waterfront

2005- picked up photography as primary form of documentation, began Urbanfoto Blog as the FotoUR.

-maintained Urbanfoto as the daily life of a Brooklyn Real Estate agent, cataloging buildings slated for demolition and buildings that no longer exist

-documented street art in Brooklyn as archaeological subjects

-Nominated for Inman New's "most innovative realtor"

2008- Moved back to Charleston to help salvage family business (equipment and supply company for land surveyors)

-Began work on Land Surveyors United Network, a surveyor to surveyor support community

-Began building the framework for Home Free Organization, a mobile solution to help homeless individuals get back on their feet.