Hollis Bloom

Our Team

Ryan B. Tinch


Ryan B. Tinch founded Hollis Bloom in 2012. He is responsible for the company’s developments, acquisitions, asset management & growth. Known for his vision, determination, and creativity, Mr. Tinch’s distinguished track record in real estate commenced in 2000 exclusively representing Walmart across the state of Texas for over seventeen years. Prior to founding Hollis Bloom, Mr. Tinch was Vice President at the Stainback Organization following a decade at United Commercial Realty (now CBRE.) He received his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of North Texas.

Haley Bass

Director of Facilities

Haley Bass is the Director of Facilities at Hollis Bloom. She is responsible for the overall strategy and coordination of commercial facilities for existing clients and new. Before joining Hollis Bloom, she worked at Sewell Automotive Companies as a top sales associate for five years after graduating Texas A&M Mays School of Business. Haley’s success earned her top ten sales associates in the nation for Cadillac three years consecutively. She contributes top tier Facilities Management while developing and maintaining client relationships providing elite customer service.

Brooke Tinch


With an extensive marketing and public relations background, Brooke’s career has run the gamut.  Her creative spirit, strong visual sense and excellent writing skills make her a valuable team member.  With a history of surpassing objectives and forward thinking initiatives, Brooke’s team-oriented mentality has lead to successful partnerships with an array highly satisfied clients.  After 11 years of running a successful marketing and PR firm with offices in Dallas and Chicago, Brooke founded Keen Willow to bring vision and creativity to clients on a national level.


Mark Lowe

Senior Software Developer Engineer

Mark came to Hollis Bloom in 2011 where he is able to make use of his many and varied talents to manage IT systems. He also develops innovative software to bring together data from various external systems to identify potential real estate sites for purchase and to automate time-consuming human processes. This provides a competitive edge to Hollis Bloom by allowing them to make more timely decisions and to identify good potential investments as quickly as possible.