Born in New Hampshire and raised in Maine, Julian is filled with the New England spirit. He grew up on a farm in Belfast Maine, where his family owned chickens, rabbits, dogs, lizards, hamsters, and parakeets. Along with all the animals, Julian is one of 11 total children and spent his youth driving tractors, mowing lawns, training dogs, and camping in the beautiful backcountry of Maine.
During his early teens, Julian moved to New Hampshire to attend Proctor Academy, where he embarked on his first entrepreneurial adventure as a local dog trainer. Pricing himself at $15 an hour, Julian started a little business that four years later, allowed him to work with K-9 units and personal protection German Shepherds.
After his education in New Hampshire, Julian spent time at Hartwick College in New York majoring in Business and Political Science, with minors in Psychology and Art. There, he immersed himself in his community as a nominated member of The National Society of Leadership and Success, a hired residential assistant, and a member of Greek life. However, after a year, Julian missed the entrepreneurial adventures and made the decision to chase that life once again. In his dorm room, he built an online marketing/sales agency and slowly began to push away from the traditional education system.
Currently, Julian resides in coastal Maine and is proud to once again call it his home. Depending on the day, you can catch him at the Beaver Lodge archery and gun range in Hope, hiking his favorite trails in Baxter State Park, or with his two young nephews in Camden. He is most enthusiastic and familiar with land and residential real estate because this is what his family has been buying, selling, and building for decades. Growing up in this environment has proved to be incredibly beneficial, especially in his current field. Julian’s family roots run deep through the state of Maine, and his passion for it runs deeper. Whatever you may be looking for, with his background in sales, marketing, entrepreneurship, and most importantly, Maine, he is the man for the job.