Originally from the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia I’ve been living in the UK since 2008 after setting off for a ‘12 month’ adventure and falling in love with London. My background is in the Arts (BA Communications Theatre/Media) and I've worked across all aspects of theatre, festivals, events, communications and music.

My personal path of faith has taken many twists and turns over the years yet I remain deeply curious - devoted to the spiritual path and being of service to the world.  Since 2010 I have been an active member of the Triratna Sangha at the London Buddhist Centre. I’m also a proud member of the LGBTQI community.

Things that light me up: the ocean. black coffee. magic tricks. peonies. singing alone. singing with others. swimming. meditation. summer nights. my tribe. red nail polish.


An Interfaith Minister is an ordained, self-employed and non-denominational Minister who has undertaken an intensive two year training in Ministry and Spiritual Counselling with the seminary of the One Spirit Interfaith Foundation - an educational charity based in London & a sister school of the One Spirit Alliance based in New York. 

As Interfaith Minister's we are of service to people of all faiths & none.  We embrace the universal truth that lies at the heart of all spiritual traditions. We are not creating a new religion or a new church: what we seek goes beyond religions. For me, ‘Interfaith’ is about perspective. It’s a deep curiosity and respect for the countless ways we try to make sense of our existence, the ways we choose to celebrate this life & the infinite ways we each connect to something beautiful, something sacred. 


Right now, more so than ever - the world needs lovers.
My Interfaith Ministry is a prayer – a deep holding of our planet that celebrates, honours & bows to our diverse, unique humanity whilst championing wholeness, interconnectedness and love. 

I believe faith is a place of mystery that calls for the courage to believe in what we cannot see and the strength to let go of our fear of uncertainty.  I believe in your right to believe in whatever lights you up and makes you a vessel of love in the world – and I will bow to anyone who is living the beloved essence of their faith or values. 

My Seminary training & Ordination in July '16 has become the richest blessing in my life, affirming my hearts truth that the Divine Mystery manifests for people in different ways - but essentially it whispers the same message: love works.