Pierre first entered the Sea to Sky corridor way back in the winter of 1992. He accepted a work transfer from the Chateau Laurier Hotel to Chateau Whistler Resort, where he continued his career in guest services. His goal was simple, learn to snowboard, take in the fresh mountain air and move on. Not so fast! He ended up spending the next two and a half years doing all those things and a lot more! Pierre immersed himself in Whistler’s four season activities, as well as making great friends along the way. He found a place he truly loved.
However another adventure called, and Pierre headed back to his home town of Ottawa, and then was
off to Concordia University in Montreal where he completed a bachelor of fine arts. Following his
studies Pierre took on a few “gigs” working as a concierge and supervisor in some of Montreal’s finest
hotels. These experiences proved to be extremely valuable for Pierre, as he became an expert in
customer service: learning to read his clients, anticipating their needs, and then exceeding their
In the winter of 2003 the Coastal Mountains summoned Pierre back out West, to the place that he had
once called home. He settled in Whistler and started a new and exciting career in the world of vacation
ownership at Club Intrawest, negotiating deals as a sales representative. This experience was a success for Pierre prompting him to make a move to Pemberton where he purchased his first home and met his wife. Together they brought two wonderful children into their lives who are without a doubt their pride and joy.
This area has been a blessing for me. There is not a day when I do not appreciate my life in this magical place. The fresh air alone can pull you in, but soon so many other features grab hold, and you decide to settle in for the long run. I’ve seen this happen time and time again. If this has happened to you, and you are having dreams of calling the Sea to Sky home, looking to invest, or sell your home, then I would like to help. I am the kind of realtor who will provide you with genuine, prompt and accurate service. I guess you can say that I came for a winter, but stayed for the people. Give me a call, I’m here for you!