If you're looking for an antique home or property, I'd like to think I'm one of The Masiello Group's in-house authorities. I've got 25 years of experience as an architectural historian and historic preservation planner, and understand the construction, development and architectural styles of historic homes.I've been professionally involved in New Hampshire real estate for 16 years, first as a commercial investment adviser, later as a Certified General Appraiser for commercial real estate, and now as a re sidential and commercial agent. I earned my first real estate license in 1998, just before moving with my wife from Boston to New Hampshire.As a REALTOR®, I bring depth and variety of life experience to my work. As a young man, I was a helmsman on a var iety of ocean-going ships and towboats in the merchant marine; after college, I reported for weekly and daily newspapers in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Returning to school in mid-life, I earned a graduate degree in historic preservation and became a planning consultant in the private sector. I've now logged 25 years of experience as an architectural historian and planner, and can safely say I understand the construction, development and architectural styles of historic homes.I currently serve as vic e chairman of the Concord Heritage Commission, and also sit on the Design Review Committee of the Concord Planning Board. My family and I have lived in Concord's West End for 14 years where we own an 1898 Queen Anne duplex. My wife, Jennifer Goodman, is executive director of the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance, the state-wide, advocacy organization for historic preservation. For many years, I was active on the board (and as treasurer) of Plan New Hampshire, a state-wide nonprofit dedicated to "Smart Growth."Two favorite pastimes are music and radio: I'm currently a founding board member and (volunteer) for WNHN, 94.7 FM, a non-commercial, all-volunteer station in Concord; we play a lot of blues and jazz, which I have the good fortune to program. I a lso co-host and produce Granite State of Mind, a "live" weekly variety show. I attended Bowdoin College and Northeastern University, and earned a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where I met my wife; we have two daughters, Kate and Alice.