Naomi creates works that explore a range of scales from jewellery to sculptural objects and installations. By using planes and lines, forms are suggested, capturing volumes, transforming 2D surfaces into 3D objects. With precise geometry the pieces explore the relationship between the body and objects and how volumes, patterns, planes and forms are seen.
The Hirta structure was designed by Naomi and realised in collaboration with architect Bruce Brebner and designers Sam Booth and Maggie Savage of Echo Living. Hirta, who commissioned the structure, promote inter-disciplinary collaborative projects. The structure aims to capture the public interest and define the space for displaying work, and becomes the location and focus for conversations about design. Integrated display units within the structure will house Naomi's jewellery, also constructed in wood.