More about me: Training & Experience
Before launching Blossom Tree Ceremonies I had an exciting and varied 32-year career in television production at the BBC. I loved working on classic TV series, such as Howards’ Way and Last of the Summer Wine, but most of all I loved working on ancient history documentaries (and even had the privilege of travelling to the “End of the World” in Ushuaia, Argentina to film ancient indigenous South American ceremonies!)
I was initially inspired to become a celebrant when I volunteered to write and present the eulogy for my Uncle John, who was quite sad and troubled at the end of his life. It was when my mum and I were going through his belongings that I began to discover so much more of his fascinating life story than I thought I already knew. It was at that moment, I knew we had to do our very best to celebrate his life and all his passions.
I found the whole creative process of putting together his eulogy very healing, and the response I received from friends and family was so positive and inspiring. So I went on to train as a celebrant with Heart-Led Ceremonies, which gave me the freedom and opportunity to realise my true creative potential.
As a heart-led celebrant and a storyteller, my aim is to open your mind to the endless creative possibilities of beginning, bonding and bereavement ceremonies that reflect your beliefs and values. I love being a celebrant!
Feeling more curious…see what I’ve been up to recently on INSTAGRAM: @blossom_tree_ceremonies
Just get in touch to say Hi! and have a chat on 07845 990809 or email: email@example.com