Whatever the occasion. As a Couples and Family Celebrant, I look forward to working with you to create a unique and personal ceremony, reflective of who you are and whatever the occasion without any restrictions on location, content, format or style.

Ceremonies are personal, relaxed, and straight from the heart, it can be as romantic and sentimental or as crazy and as long as it’s legal, be as quirky as you wish.

It’s your ceremony so let’s make it really special and unforgettable.


Not everyone wants the same type of funeral, and I will meet with you to discuss the ceremony fully, to capture the essence of the person and tell the story of the life that has been lived.

Baby Naming

Celebrate the arrival of your special bundle of joy with a ceremony filled with promises and rituals.


Celebrating Success, Coming of Age, Divorce, Coming Out or Gender Reassignment – lets look for a ceremony together to celebrate.


I can officiate at a ceremony for couples, of any gender, following your legal marriage, either on the same day or on a date that is significant to you

About Me

Born in Aberdeen, I spent most of my working life in the service sector of the oil industry, working in marine logistics and planning. I loved my work, but after losing four family members in a short space of time, and preparing their services for another celebrant to deliver, I decided that this was what I really wanted to do.

Trained by Civil Ceremonies, I completed and passed the National Qualification NONC Level 3 Diploma in Funeral Celebrancy. As a professionally trained Funeral Celebrant, I will help to create a truly personal funeral ceremony that is exactly as you wish it to be…


The whole aspect of funeral services are changing. The church or graveside is still the main place for a 'religious' funeral service, but what are the options for a non-religious one, does it have to be at the crematorium?
Like it or don't like it, but one day, each and every one of us will become a memory. It never fails to surprise me the wonderful memories families share with me when I am preparing a service. and, it brings comfort to them when memories start to coming flooding back as stories get told.
Like a civil ceremony, a Humanist funeral is a personal ceremony to remember the person who has died and say a final good-bye.