I’m a coach and forever champion of folx living in alignment with their best selves. I love rich conversations about the real stuff, lifting (or pushing) people into their great-ass lives, grounded spirituality and questioning the status quo.


During my early 30's I took a big ol’ risk and left a successful career in the music industry to be in greater alignment with what I value in this world. It’s through that career and my transition out of it that I learned the power of courageous leadership, the real consequence of burnout and what it means to take the leap.


One of my greatest fears is to wake up later in life and realize I’ve been unconsciously spinning on the ‘hamster wheel’ while all the good stuff passed me by. Sound familiar? I believe we can be better.

All that leads here… where collaborating with others to achieve their more meaningful, resonant life lights up my soul.  


Don’t get me wrong - the journey hasn’t been easy. I dabble in depression and the dark side of being but I now understand that those depths are part of my greatest strengths. This dark side is what makes me good at what I do - I hold space for my clients and understand that your whole being, dark and light, is your best self.


  • ​Success is measured by the ease and grace of your life.

  • You already possess the tools to be nudged (or thrown) onto a path that feels damn good.

  • Tapping into your intuition, your gut, your knowing, your light - whatever you want to call it - will forever change your direction.

  • ‘Hustle’ and ‘I’m so busy’ should be removed from our vocabulary.

  • Depression and anxiety are not things to be ‘dealt’ with but rather assets that can be integrated and leveraged in your life. These assets can serve as a compass to point you in the direction of better alignment.

  • Personal development doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Not only are we fighting our internal struggles but also those inflicted by the societal status quo. White supremacy, patriarchy and other oppressive systems bleed into every facet of our lives.

  • Having difficult and uncomfortable conversations heals yourself and others.

  • Graduate of the Co-Active© coaching model from the Coaches Training Institute.

  • My degree in Sociology with a minor in Urban Planning did nothing for my career in music but everything for life.

  • I’m an introvert but you wouldn’t know it, a #1 on the Enneagram and a lover of dining and all things design.

  • I will be completing my Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University this November, 2019.




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Britt lives and works on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples in Vancouver, BC Canada