Twenty years ago, Palm Springs was a napping giant. Yet before the Coachella festival, the Uptown Design District, and Modernism Week, Keith was already selling real estate to like-minded clients who appreciated the city’s midcentury architecture and limitless potential. For the last 15, he has engineered some of the most significant residential real estate transactions in the Coachella Valley. His ironclad ethics and mastery of the market’s fluctuations have earned multiple luxury specialist designations from Christie’s International Real Estate.
A true ambassador for one of the greatest small cities in the world, Keith is engaged in the community’s thriving art, architecture, and design scenes and has been tapped as an inimitable resource for all three. He says his world revolves around architecturally important real estate, travel, and restaurants; his colleagues add his love of friends, family, clients, and city to the list. His spirit for sharing this place with others extends beyond its celebrated modernism. The natural desert and mountain setting, inspired cultural happenings, and the quirky chance to guide visitors to little-known highlights atop a double decker tour bus make Palm Springs a home he leaves solely to savor coming back. Keith’s volunteer and philanthropic contributions benefit the AIDS Assistance Program, Art Palm Springs, California Desert Arts Council, Desert AIDS Project, Desert X, DIGICOM, Palm Springs Art Museum’s Architecture and Design Council, and Palm Springs Modern Committee.