Everyone has a story.
A story of their life, their loves, their losses, their achievements, their regrets, their dreams, their travels, their friendships, their family.
Every story is unique.
No two lives are the same. Our experiences shape who we are, what we do, and how we impact those around us. Friends, family and colleagues see us through their own lens. Only you and your closest family members know the real you; the complex, unique individual that you are.
Every story deserves to be shared.
Shared the way you want the story to be told, so that your memories are celebrated and your legacy lives on.
I spend time with you to talk and listen, and weave the memories and moments you have shared into an honest and insightful written story of your life. This can be presented as part of a ‘living funeral’ or woven into a funeral ceremony or memorial service. The story can be words alone, or supported with selected photographs and music that hold a special meaning to you.
to discuss your life story.
A eulogy is the part of a funeral ceremony or memorial service where someone talks about the life of the person who died. The speech can be delivered by a family member, close friend, minister, priest or celebrant. As a funeral celebrant I am available to work with you to write the eulogy and can provide this for a family member to present or deliver it on your behalf as part of a complete funeral ceremony.
for support or to write the eulogy.
I work with you to pre-plan your funeral, or with families after the loss of a loved one to create a complete funeral ceremony. I offer guidance on the elements of a unique ceremony that will honour your loved one, including readings, music, and the eulogy. As your funeral celebrant, I provide a personalised service delivered with warmth, respect, and compassion.
to discuss your needs.
As an Auckland based funeral celebrant, I am available to talk with you at any time about your needs and to help you plan and create a unique and completely personalised funeral ceremony. I will guide you through the design of a service that respects the wishes of your loved one and reflects their personality, culture and beliefs.