About Jenn

Work and Play With Threshold Arts

I offer co-creative coaching, host community conversations, design and deliver group processes, create large-scale visual images and provide rituals and celebrations that support personal and community transformation.


I am endlessly fascinated by the possibilities found in cultivating creative, collaborative and intentional connection - engaging in dynamic exploration and providing space to uncover, capture and nurture possibilities. 


I am a multi-passionate gal, with 19 years experience in diverse supportive leadership roles.  I offer clients rich skills in hosting courageous conversations, exploring expressive arts, integrating mindfulness practices and catalyzing transformational change through participatory approaches. As a Life-Cycle Celebrant and ordained Reverend of Metaphysics, I also perform a range of creative, inclusive and spiritual ceremony services including legal marriage.


Family is very important to me and I am blessed to share life with a wonderful fella, son Felix and daughter Samara. I see clients, offer facilitation and visual recording, and lead ceremonies and rituals on a part-time basis, while being a proud caregiver and mamas circle host.  

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Professional Education & Development

  • Advanced Circle Way Practicum, Participatory Dialogue Training, PeerSpirit, 2018
  • Circle Way Practicum, Participatory Dialogue Training, PeerSpirit, 2015
  • Fundamentals of Interactive Visuals, Visual Recording Training, Shift-It Coach Inc, 2012

For more information about my background and experience, please visit my LinkedIn Profile

Where I Work

I offer in person, phone and virtual contact with clients and am often found in client’s homes, community gathering places, retreat centers, sacred spaces and travel as needed.


I share my time between a home office and sanctuary in South Surrey and on Mayne Island on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada.


And A Short Story That Says A Lot

One morning when I was about 3 years old  I decided to put my socks on over top of my shoes. The imagined purpose of this exercise? To decide for myself whether "the way things are done" (in this case, socks typically go inside shoes) actually applied to me. After a full day of wearing my socks on the outside of my shoes, I finally concluded (on my own terms of course) that in fact I did agree with the whole "socks inside your shoes " thing my Mom kept telling me about.


I have approached life with the same curiousity, tenacity (some might say stubbornness?) and commitment to "outside the box" discovery ever since.

And now with our wee monkeys I get to learn those lessons again and again!

A Note About The Logo

Threshold Arts lives in the in-between places, so the logo has to too.

Using the full spectrum of colours and representing interconnection, diversity, sacredness, and inspired by mandalas and the seed of life where the whole is more than the sum of its parts.