Whether as performer, practitioner or creative, engaging with openness, imagination and a playful team spirit forms the heart of Naomi's collaborative practice.
Projects include performance, choreography, movement direction and facilitation, working on west end shows, commercial productions, subsidised theatre, opera, national tours, regional repertory theatre, rural touring and in education, with practitioner work across the UK and abroad, devising projects with diverse groups of participants in educational, training and community settings.
Companies worked with include National Theatre, RSC, Old Vic, Young Vic, Donmar Warehouse, Chichester Festival Theatre, Regent's Park, English National Opera, Opera Holland Park, The Bush, Shakespeare's Globe, Cheltenham Everyman, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Deafinitely Theatre, Tall Stories, Theatre Centre, Stand + Stare, Dawn State and Frantic Assembly.
In 2015-16, Naomi spent a year as Ensemble/Dance Captain/Cover Mrs Shears & Punk Girl in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' (NT, Gielgud).
Recent movement work and choreography includes 'Myth' (RSC), 'Limehouse' (Donmar Warehouse), 'Forty Years On' (Chichester), 'Watership Down' (Watermill) and the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre award-winning production 'To Kill a Mockingbird', which went on to a National tour and a run at The Barbican, London.