The 28-year old Welshman has agreed a two-year deal with Hibs and is looking forward to freshening himself up at Easter Road despite a successful spell with Caley.
"Hibs are a massive club but there is also a history of under-achievement and that is something I hope to help rectify," he told the Daily Record.
"The initial ambition is to finish in the top six but regardless of history, stadia and crowds you have to work hard to achieve anything in the SPL.
"The move to Hibs is a fresh challenge and one I'm really excited about. Throughout my career I've chased new challenges and not wanted to stand still and this is a new experience for me.
"Staying in Inverness has been an absolute joy and now I can't wait to move to Edinburgh and begin a new chapter in my career."