Alex’s hometown is Olathe, KS. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder. Alex’s family includes wife Sage and two sons, Henry and Jake. Alex joined TREC in 2004, working with a select group of highly valued clients and representing development projects such as Sunnyside Ranch, Cornerstone Club, and Brown Dog Ranch. Prior to joining TREC, Alex enjoyed a 14-year sales and management career in litigation support and data storage technology in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alex and Managing Director Jon Dwight have been working together since 2004 and are partners in the Dwight | Martin Team. In his free time, Alex enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, mountain biking and sailing.
Hometown: Olathe, Kansas
Family: Wife Sage and two sons, Henry and Jake
Education: University of Colorado, Boulder
Background: Alex joined Telluride Real Estate Corp. in 2004 working with a select group of highly valued clients and representing some of the areas finest resort developments. With superior knowledge of the Telluride market, strong negotiating skills and commitment to excellent service, Alex works tirelessly with discerning buyers and sellers to meet their needs and goals.
After graduating from the University of Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, Alex moved to San Diego where he taught sailing at the San Diego Sailing Club & School. From there, he worked in pension fund management at the Boston Company, before returning to California in 1990, where he enjoyed a successful career in litigation support and electronic data management in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Community: Alex is a Member of the Board for the Telluride Youth Lacrosse Association, has participated as a volunteer coach for youth soccer, and volunteers his time to Telluride Mountain Film, Habitat for Humanity, Telluride Mountain School and the Rock and Roll Academy.
For Fun: Alex is an avid outdoor enthusiast, and enjoys skiing, hiking, fishing, camping and mountain biking with his family.
“From my first backpacking trip to these mountains more than 30 years ago, I knew this special part of Colorado was where I needed to be.”