Naomi is inspired by the flowers and seed heads that she finds in and around her home in Cornwall in the South West of England, using these strong shapes to develop more abstract patterns. Her pieces are created using a range of both traditional and modern warm-glass techniques. She first designs her pieces electronically, manipulating digital photography to create highly patterned images which are then fused between layers of coloured glass. Naomi first used this innovative technique during her degree at University College Falmouth, and has since continued to develop it, now using it to create beautiful and unique pieces of glass.
Naomi is member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen and The Cornwall Crafts Association and has had solo focus exhibitions with both.
She sells in galleries and shops throughout the UK and regularly makes bespoke pieces for hotels, businesses and private homes. She has also created exclusive collections for the Eden Project in Cornwall and Kew Gardens in London. These collections take their inspiration from the gardens themselves and contain images of plants and flowers grown on site.