WHEN YOU’RE BUYING OR SELLING PROPERT Y . . . IT HAS TO BE BSPC
BSPC People . . . who’s in-house? Each issue we get to know a BSPC professional from one of BSPC’s member firms and this week we are speaking to - Jim Cullen from Cullen Kilshaw Tell us about your role within Cullen Kilshaw Solicitor and Senior Partner (not by much though)
How long have you worked with the firm? I founded the firm in 1981 with Cullen Kilshaw being established in 1983. (Seems like only yesterday)
What’s your greatest achievement? Curling for Scotland in Canada and winning the Strathcona Cup.
Name two things you can’t live without? What do you enjoy most about your job? Advising and helping clients. My office window overlooks the playing field at St Mary’s so Wednesday afternoons are taken care of watching the rugby.
What keeps you busy when you’re not at the office? Curling in the winter, photography, art, music, cooking, painting and decorating (well it all keeps me off the street)
Where’s your favourite place in the Borders?
My Jaguar XF and my banjo.
What’s your favourite Borders eatery? My own kitchen.
Who is your favourite author/ artist or designer? Author is Tim Gautreaux/ Artist is Muriel Barclay
What’s playing in your car right now? Allison Moorer, Jason Isbell, Dave Rawlings Machine, Rachel Sermanni, Punch Brothers, Saltfishforty, (I could go on). Not playing all at once though, obviously.
Tell us about your home or dream home? Our caravan for summer holidays in France when the kids were young.
What would be your ideal holiday? A road trip from Colorado to the Pacific Ocean (again).
What natural talent would you like to have? I would like to be able to swing a golf club with an acceptable outcome.