Sajae Elder is a writer, digital producer & all around creative who uses multi-disciplinary storytelling to discuss music, womanhood, and notions of cultural identity. Her work has appeared in publications such as Complex, The Fader, OkayPlayer, Noisey, Vice and Buzzfeed among others, and also served as co-editor of the fall 2017 issue of The Ethnic Aisle. Currently, she is the managing editor of BASHY Magazine - a print publication focused on Jamaica and its diaspora with distribution in Jamaica, the United States and Canada.
She co-founded the podcast GYALCAST; one of Toronto's first popular shows that would amass thousands of listeners and branch out into live events. She served as a host for 2 years before switching gears to start her own music-focused show FREE GOODS. Ever-evolving, she is moving into curating art installations & exhibits that fuse visual art with audio, video and other digital elements.