Crafting Personalized Ceremonies For Marking All the Transitions of Your Encircled Life

Ceremony and ritual mark the major transitional turning points in our lives and awaken that which is eternal within us; shows us how our individual life is part of a much grander design.

Welcome. You are here because you are looking for a professional officiant; someone whom you can trust in compassionately guiding you to create ceremony that honors you, your relationships and your circle of life.  Compassion is the essential ingredient in my craft.  It is being connected with someone else; not always to suffer, but to suspend all judgements and live at that instant with them; be in sync with their emotions as I help them create life-affirming ceremonies

As a trained Celebrant I can help you create sacred space, honor the life of the beloved, and usher them through their transition with compassion, beauty, and grace.  Together we will weave the physical, emotional and spiritual elements into a process that honors and serves everyone involved.

With the knowledge I have gained through the extensive study of ceremony and ritual across all cultures, beliefs and traditions I stand ready to collaborate with those who deserve to tell their story of change, their personal evolution, recognize their guides, demonstrate their intentions and express how they and their communities have been changed.

My life has been a path with many turns. I earned a degree in theater, managed large businesses, had a career as a Park Ranger, served my community as a volunteer sponsor, coach and mentor and I have arrived as a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant. Now my path leads me to you. As your celebrant I will open the doors of your creative spirit to help you craft your unique life-affirming ceremony.

“Kevin brought out family together and helped us to connect to each other as never before. He was really in sync with our emotions and helped us create a ceremony that was both a heartfelt remembrance, and an inspiring legacy we could incorporate into our lives going forward.”

Michael Sacks, Columbia MD

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