Creating someone's funeral or memorial service is both a humbling and beautiful thing to do. 
As a rapport is developed between their family and friends and myself, the story is turned into a ceremony that reflects their loved one's journey and becomes something that is
deeply personal, entertaining and memorable for all that attend.

I have studied funeral celebrancy under one of the country’s best trainers: Keith Lammond; earning me the funeral component of the relevant Certificate IV.

People find that my warm nature, combined with my confidence in public speaking, compassion in dealing with people, understanding of grief (having worked for Challenge, a children’s cancer charity for several years as Camps and Activities Coordinator) and even my sense of humour make me a perfect candidate for conducting funerals.

I am young and vibrant and I believe there is a growing market for my style of celebrancy.

I have lived a rich and fulfilling life so can appreciate and empathise with many stories that others are sure to tell. Coming from a writing background, I am very confident in putting together services and most importantly of all, I have a compassionate heart that people are drawn to and trust me as a consequence.

I possess strong initiative, I read people well and consider it an honour and privilege to sit with others through their individual experiences; turning the information gained by spending time with them into a ceremony that is personal, sensitive, interesting and unforgettable.

I am able to create the full service as well as write the eulogy from the information gained via interviewing the family and/or loved ones; a eulogy that you will find to be rich, original and reflective of the person in question.

Should you have any questions or an interest in booking me, please don't hesitate to call or email me via my contact form.