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About

Hi, I’m Nikki Jae

Thank you for stopping by. I’d love to share with you a little bit about myself.

I’m a communication artist and advisor.

I harness my curiosity to express the many observable aspects of the human experience in a bid to achieve meaningful connection with others.

I believe that a willingness to expand allows us to experience a life filled with love, connection and meaning.

“You are only free when you realize you belong no place - you belong every place - no place at all. The price is high, the reward is great” - Maya Angelou

Courage and vulnerability have been essential to my successes over the last decade. I’ve documented the testimonies of ex-Khmer Rouge leaders, stood knee-deep in Cambodian flood waters capturing the reality of those impacted by nature's wrath. I’ve been fortunate to connect with red-carpet walkers, politicians, athletes, NGOs and spiritual teachers - a witness to the paths they forge and the truths they speak.

I’ve interviewed hundreds of business owners and leaders, from Fortune 500 executives to solopreneurs and have discovered a common thread in digital success - an unapologetic sense of purpose.

With this knowledge, I encourage business owners to step into their power by connecting to their ‘why’. This becomes the impetus to communicate value and map out a holistic strategy designed to sustainably ride the digital transformation wave and generate meaningful success.

As a communication savant, I’ve crafted stories and content for television, print, podcasts and video for such outlets as The Sydney Morning Herald, AP London, Red Bull, Fox Sports, Coca Cola, Adobe, Xero, Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest and many more.

Guilty of juggling multiple projects at once, I am currently developing a screenplay based on my horse-trek journey through the Mongolian Steppe in 2012 and compiling a collection of poetry. When I’m not stealing WiFi from coffee shops and working online, you’ll likely find me traipsing through Toronto’s parks with my 2-year-old doberman, Tallinn.