Hello, welcome. My name is Nikita Coulombe. About me: I spent the first half of my childhood in Winnipeg, Canada, and the second half in Boulder, Colorado. I’ve also lived in California and Hawaii. I may not have much of an accent anymore, but the values of my upbringing have stuck, mainly: treat others how you would like to be treated. I try to think about that with everything that I do.
My background is in psychology and fine art, and I have degrees in both from the University of Colorado. For several years, I worked closely with social psychologist and past APA President, Dr. Philip Zimbardo. Dr. Z has been a great mentor and friend; together we co-authored a couple of books. Another friend and mentor has been Dr. Warren Farrell. I provided research assistance for Dr. Farrell’s book, The Boy Crisis. Staying with the theme of boys and men’s issues, I helped award-winning filmmaker Cassie Jaye launch her documentary, The Red Pill.
One of my passions is writing. In 2013 I started a blog called BetterSexEd with sex coach Keeley Rankin. I am also passionate about painting. In 2019 I started my own studio in Boulder, Colorado, where I create large abstract paintings and mixed media pieces. Additionally, I design wall decor and textile patterns, which can be licensed through Roaring Brook Art and Patternbank, respectively. If you are interested in commissioning artwork or would like to connect, reach out to me directly at nikita (dot) coulombe (at) gmail (dot) com.