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Meet The Team
Julie’s enthusiasm for home design and the Lowcountry is deep-rooted and evident on Charleston Home Showcase. She was raised in a creative family where she developed a passion for antiques and design. With an ABJ in Broadcast News from the University of Georgia, Julie’s career choices and accomplishments in the fields of interior design and media groomed her to be a natural fit for Charleston Home Showcase. From film production experience and a position as Public Affairs Director in radio to years of residential construction and design, she is well-qualified to be your guide on the Lowcountry’s doorway to the home industry.
She has called the Lowcountry home for the past 20 years with her husband and three children, but her heritage in Charleston traces back to the 19th Century. Julie’s ancestor George Walton Williams moved to Charleston in 1852 and constructed one of downtown’s finest Victorian homes, which was later renamed The Calhoun Mansion. Her respect for historical architecture flows into her work and into the expertise she shares on Charleston Home Showcase.
Julie prides herself on connecting the homebuilding industry with those in our community by promoting local businesses, craftspeople, and products. She is excited to bring the stories of the great Charleston businesspeople to life, fostering relationships so there’s peace of mind in decision making for homeowners.
Although he was born and raised in Charlotte, Lawrence’s family has deep roots in the Lowcountry—his family has been part of the Charleston community for over 100 years. His marketing experience is vast, including years of work with Fox and NBC before launching his own firm in Chicago. Lawrence holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Business from The University of Georgia. Feeling a draw to Charleston and his Southern roots, he moved to the Holy City in 2010 and joined the Momentum Marketing team.
John’s lengthy credits include being the cinematographer and a co-creator of the ABC adventure series Born to Explore. By the end of its first season, 83 million viewers have seen some of the world’s most isolated territories and under-documented civilizations through Barnhardt’s camera lens. From the outside looking in, he has a life worth gawking at.
John did not become the filmmaker he is overnight. In fact, he started in the industry 14 years ago as a TV news teleprompter operator, working his way up from there. Before moving to Charleston, Barnhardt graduated from Colorado State University where he earned a degree in English. But his ambitions of being a filmmaker started long before that. His father was a photographer that loved movies and took him to see everything from blockbusters like Jaws and Alien, to classic Vietnam movies like Apocalypse Now and The Deer Hunter.
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