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I’ve been talking and writing for a living for over 15 years and was a BBC radio presenter for seven years. I can be seen and heard representing brands such as Uber Eats, John Lewis, EE, Tomy and Moonpig (I can never get that jingle out of my head!) to name a few and I’ve hosted and compered 100’s of events. It’s definitely a marmite thing standing up in front of a crowd, but I have a long-standing love affair with entertaining people and making them laugh, and that’s when I’m at my happiest and in my prime. I’m an engaging speaker, have a relaxed, natural style and my delivery is crammed full of warmth.

But, hey, you don’t want a full CV run-down, bore off Caz. So when did I want to become a celebrant too? Other than my own wedding when I married my college crush, being asked by my bestie to do the father-of-the-bride speech was one of my most memorable precious moments I will never forget. From that day on, I knew I wanted to be part of the wonderful world of weddings in some way. Becoming a celebrant and putting my skills as a presenter, voiceover artist, wordsmith and MC to good use, has been the best decision I’ve ever made.

I’m interiors obsessed, so incredible venues and wedding decor are always on my radar, as is working with first-class wedding suppliers. Attention-to-detail is everything. I’ve met some very cool creative people along the way, who are amazing at what they do and I’m armed with a great little contacts book, which I happily share with all my couples and continually brainstorm ideas.

Lots of my voiceover clients ask me to imitate the infamous sultry tones of Marks & Spencer’s ads “This is no ordinary macaroni cheese...“ and Caz The Celebrant ceremonies are anything but ordinary.

When I do a ceremony, I’m all in. I treat every wedding like it was my own, and then some. Being a celebrant is the best gig ever and having the opportunity to connect with and get creative with so many incredible couples, is a huge honour. I'm so pleased you've found me, shall we get ceremony planning over a glass of fizz?


Diploma in Celebrancy: Naming and Couples (Civil Ceremonies Ltd)

BA (Hons) Journalism
BBC trained presenter
Professional voiceover artist (15 years)

MC (15 years)


Whether you’re styling a wedding shoot and need a celebrant for authenticity, need an experienced compere to host a bridal fashion show or you need a confident wedding expert to talk on radio, tv or social media lives, I would love to collaborate with you. I’ve presented 100’s of live and digital events and featured in many different commercial shoots, so I love any opportunity to team up with like-minded creatives with shared goals. Whatever time the alarm clock goes off and wherever the location, I always arrive with a smile and the BEST snack selection!

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