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Mobile Bay Realty Agent Spotlight!

Chad Kirtland has spent much of his career developing content and marketing strategies for brands of all sizes.

Fortunate to have participated first-hand in the digital transformation of our communications landscape, Chad has evolved over the past 25 years from a print journalist to a multi-channel content marketer. He started his career as a writer and editor for print publications before websites, email, and social media overtook the marketing spotlight. Chad embraced each new media and added it to his skillset. As both a content producer and an executive strategist, Chad has helped top-name companies and organizations in many industries use cutting-edge communication tools to attract and serve their clients. 


Of all the media in which Chad has worked, video remains his greatest passion. Before starting his own company, Harmonic Media, Chad served as vice-president of a commercial production house, produced a nationally syndicated television show, and developed several ongoing video series. With Harmonic Media, Chad employs his diverse marketing background to build and boost brands through custom content.


In addition to his commercial video work, Chad is also an independent filmmaker. He has produced and directed two documentaries about the Alabama Gulf Coast as well as an award-winning narrative short film. 


Not surprisingly, Chad’s interest in real estate grew through marketing connections. After producing video content and multichannel marketing programs for several agents, Chad decided to join their ranks and earn his Alabama real estate license. He plans to use the strategies and tactics he learned as a communications professional to help his real estate clients achieve their dreams. 


Chad lives in Fairhope, Alabama, with his wife and two daughters. He serves on the board of the Fairhope Film Festival and is active in Fairhope United Methodist Church. When his busy schedule allows, Chad refurbishes vintage guitar pedals, chases speckled trout, and grows tomatoes. He also makes a mean gumbo.

To connect with Chad, call 336-541-2019 or email!


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