David & Robin Slick

Newly relocated to Nantucket from the Berkshires, Robin & David fell in love with the island a decade ago when they first visited for an overnight stay and from that moment on dreamed of living 30 miles out-to-sea. After spending countless vacations and renting many homes all over the island and during different seasons, it was just a matter of time before their dream of becoming full-time residents would become a reality. In September 2016 Robin & David were thrilled to have married at the iconic White Elephant Hotel.

Originally from Manhattan, Robin is an attorney who specialized in First Amendment Law while living in the city. Moving to the Berkshires in her mid-30s, she became a 500 RYT Kripalu Certified Yoga Instructor, and mom to Harrison, who is a senior at Tabor Academy and Samantha, who is a sophomore at the St. Paul's School.

Most recently, Robin became a sales agent at the prestigious William Raveis Nantucket real estate agency. Previously, she was the Marketing Director at a small local real estate firm where she showcased the beautiful homes of Nantucket in her frequent blog posts, 3D virtual tour models and real estate photography. With the outbreak of COVID-19 and an increased demand for virtual online experiences, Robin and her husband decided to form Slickproductions, providing the highest quality Matterport Pro2 3D virtual tours and professional photography.

Born and raised in the beautiful countryside of North Adams, MA, David is an experienced contractor and property manager with a background in finance. David has two adult children, Becky and David, and is a grandfather to Gavin and Emily.

David is also a sales agent at William Raveis Nantucket. Prior to coming to Nantucket in July 2020, David was the Facilities Director at the Norman Rockwell Museum where he oversaw all facilities operations, maintenance management and capital improvements.

As for the future, Robin and David look forward to spending time enjoying the beautiful outdoors on Nantucket walking the beaches and the many Land Bank and Conservation Foundation trails with their Aussie "River."