Most of us would like to know a little bit about who we hire. In this day and age, it's easy to poke around online to learn about people. I thought I'd make it a little easier on you by introducing myself and telling you a few things about myself.
I'm originally from the Cleveland area (Shaker Heights). I graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University. I moved to the Boston area after college and eventually made my way up to Marblehead, MA where I met my husband. We moved to Dover, NH in 2002 to make our new
home with our son.
My involvement in real estate has been a long and rewarding one. I've been a REALTOR® in both Marblehead, MA and Portsmouth, NH and a marketing specialist for Coldwell Banker's North Shore offices.
With a real estate sales and marketing background, it only makes sense that I would love photographing properties! I'm right at home in the real estate community, meeting home sellers, and creating professional property images. Providing a service that allows agents to display better photos of their listings and promotes a quicker sale are my primary goals. It goes hand in hand with knowing where the agents are coming from and having an easy going personality that allows everyone to feel comfortable with the process. My goal has always been to provide excellent customer service and to create a relaxed and memorable experience for all involved.
I volunteer for several nonprofits and organizations on the Seacoast including a local animal shelter. I also contribute my time and talent to a fundraiser or two throughout the year.
All photographs taken are the property of Carolyn Abell Hodges (Coastal Light LLC) and may not be copied or reproduced in any form without expressed written permission and payment of any applicable fees. It is against the law to copy, scan, download to print, email, or reproduce these images in any way without written permission (including for use on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. without permission). Please feel free to ask me any questions about copyright and refer to http://www.copyright.gov for full details on how copyright law works in the U.S.A.