Our Team

Behind our projects stand a dedicated team of visionaries. Armed with a solution-driven outlook and strong understanding of client needs, Champagne works collaboratively with property owners, investors, developers to make vision a realty.

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Taylor Scott Champagne


Taylor Scott Champagne founded Champagne to provide clients a trusted real estate partner that could deliver sustainable value and meaninful experiences through the use of innovative business practices. Entrepreneurial in spirit, Taylor Scott has owned and operated several closely held business ventures, including previously working as a licensed real estate broker. Taylor Scott graduated from Seattle University with a B.A. in finance and entrepreneurship and holds both California & Washington broker licenses. Taylor Scott is actively involved in: CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member), NAIOP, Thousand Oaks Boulevard Association, and Seattle University Alumni Association.

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John Brian Losh

Senior Advisor // Brokerage

Brian Losh is Chairman/Publisher of LuxuryRealEstate.com and Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate, Broker/Owner of Ewing and Clark, Inc. Seattle's oldest brokerage firm, and founder of Ewing and Clark's Our Distinctive Home Shop. Brian is an active participant in his community, regularly contributing his services and assets to a variety of worthwhile causes. Named as one of the 25 most influential people in real estate by Realtor magazine, his contributions and that of "LRE" to the industry have frequently been recognized.

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Christopher T. Bayley

Senior Advisor // Land Use

Christopher T. Bayley has been involved in a number of business and political ventures in his accomplished 50 year career. Christopher, a Harvard educated lawyer, has practiced law in two major Seattle law firms and served as General Counsel for Burlington Northern Inc. In the public sector he was elected to two terms as King County Prosecuting Attorney. Christopher co-founded and currently chairs Stewardship Partners, a land preservation non-profit and also founded Dylan Bay Companies, a successful advisory firm specializing in environmental and political issues. In addition to his extensive corporate experience, Christopher remains active in the community. He is a past trustee of the University of Puget Sound, The Bush School, The Seattle Foundation, Corporate Council for the Arts, The Nature Conservancy (state and national boards), and served on the Board of Overseers of Harvard College. Christopher is currently the president of the Classical KING-FM board of directors and in 1996 his book "Seattle Justice: The Rise and Fall of the Police Payoff System in Seattle" was published.