Nicki’s has been the host presenter and pit-lane reporter for the FIA Formula E Championship since 2014 – the all electric racing championship on city street circuits round the world (think electric F1 if you haven’t seen it). Every season includes a busy calendar of 11 races in 10 cities from Beijing to LA to Monaco, broadcast live on Channel Five, BT Sport, Fox Sport, CCTV, TV Asahi and more, to an estimated audience of 210 million.
Nicki is also the anchor for CNN series ‘Supercharged’, a technology and motor show, and also CNN’s ‘Going Green’ eco show, along with presenting the Formula Kart Stars on Sky Sports F1.
Nicki regularly presents at motor sports events, including ITV’s ‘Goodwood Festival of Speed’ show with Craig Doyle, ‘Cars of the Future’ with Robert Llewellyn and ‘Goodwood Members Meeting’.
Other credits include ‘BBC Children in Need CarFest’ with Chris Evans, Motors TV Race Day, Silverstone Classic for ITV4 and host of the Autosport International Show and Automechanika.
Nicki loves the excitement of presenting and reporting from live events, credits include The Gadget Show Live, Goodwood TV, Confex 2014 & 2015, ICE Totally Gaming 2015, VitaFoods and the Bounce children’s festival. Nicki is a popular choice for corporate TV, presenting projects for brands including Vauxhall, Nissan, RBS, LG, Trafalgar Travel, Visa and Intel and she was the live presenter for Mercedes at Mobile World Congress with Lewis Hamilton.
Having grown up spending her holidays on a family farm in Yorkshire Nicki is a country girl at heart and has immensely enjoyed reporting on the future of farming and GM crops. Nicki has also investigated a number of other environmental issues including sustainability, global warming and met with many top scientists and MPs along the way whilst working as a daily online reporter for the month long science expedition to the South Pole, ‘Willis Resilience’.
Nicki has always had a passion for technology and was a founding member of tech start-up, Starcount, a social media business and analytics tool. She strongly believes social media can be used to accelerate many conservation and wildlife research projects by tapping into the pool of researcher ‘fans’ on Facebook, Twitter, bloggers and the wider social media community.