Naomi is a theatre-maker, writer and actor. Naomi’s work spans across live performance (including theatre and spoken word), as well as articles and essays.
As a spoken word artist, she has performed for West London Mental Health Trust and wecoproduce.
Some of her most popular articles include On Not Quitting Your Day Job for Exeunt, which beats through the bullshit trope of the starving artist and looks at the power (and reality) of day jobs for creatives. Her essay for HowlRound on the concept of the ‘emerging artist’ has also generated some passionate conversations! Naomi has also written for POPSUGAR, Media Diversified and IPSE.
Naomi’s solo performance work includes Motherland, a darkly comic show which explores cultural identity and grief. Motherland has been performed at various festivals including the One Festival at The Space and Evolution Festival at the Lyric Hammersmith. Her award-winning spoken word short Criteria, is the companion piece to Motherland. Made by TEAfilms, Criteria was shortlisted for 9 awards and won a tenth, the BIFA Diamond Award.