Born in the UK of a Welsh father and Mauritian mother, Nicki spent her formative years singing in choirs and had her first band at 17. After living in Mauritius and Paris, She went on to study at drama school before moving to London and a chance meeting with composer Simon Wallace, who was working with lyricist and renowned poet Fran Landesman. This partnership produced Nicki's first album 'Forbidden Games'.
As a fixture on the London jazz scene in the 1990's, Nicki performed at the 606 Club, Pizza on the Park, Pizza Express Jazz Club in Dean St, The Groucho Club, The Café de Paris, The Barbican, The 100 Club, The Festival Hall as well as at many regional Jazz clubs and Festivals, including the London Jazz Festival and The Stables at Wavendon.
Nicki's vocals can be heard on work ranging from artists such as Gary Husband, Belinda Carlisle and Padraig Jack amongst others.
Her most recent solo project is a collection of Dory Previn songs recorded and produced by John Reynolds in West London.
She's also a very active member of 'Portobello Live Choir' her local community choir who meet weekly and perform at community events in west London.