As a drama education specialist, she has created new work with companies including the Donmar Warehouse, the Tricycle and Almeida theatres. Her inclusive approach engages young people from various backgrounds; Special Educational Needs and ESOL, EAL and EEM.
Naomi’s Primary Poetry Programme continues to engage pupils understanding of classical and modern poetry, ranging from whole school participation to individual successes with LAMDA’s accreditation exams with learner's passing with merits or distinctions.
Performing in Shakespeare comedies and new writing, Naomi has also become a favourite choice of children’s theatre directors. She has climbed up wardrobes, crawled through trapdoors and hung upside-down whilst puppeteering a mugglewump!
After being shortlisted for the Brian Way Award for Best New Play in 2013 with The Littlest Quirky, a story of magic and self-discovery for young children, Naomi is currently developing her play, Not Bound Within, a battle cry response to the exploitation of women past and present.
Naomi is currently developing her play, Not Bound Within, a battle cry response to the exploitation of women past and present.
Naomi's enthusiasm and her appreciation of young people's ideas, were a vital part of Phyllida Lloyd's internationally acclaimed production of Julius Caesar.