Sorry, I think the spelling is a little bogan. The name itself is fine, but when I see names that are spelled differently from the traditional/ recognised spelling(s) then I often think that the parent has misspelled it/ didn't know how it was supposed to be spelled.
I know that might be wrong, and that the parent may have just preferred it that way, but my initial response would be that the mother and father got the spelling wrong.
I don't think I'm alone here, as I have heard conversations along those lines when a baby has been given a name with a unique spelling, and friends/ family have - politely - discussed with each other whether the parents knew that it was misspelled, and whether someone should tell them. (The decision has always been no, not to tell them!)
But each to their own. If there is a name and a spelling you love then I think you should feel free to use it. I'm answering the question honestly as to what I would think, but not trying to infer that people shouldn't give their children whatever names they like.