Naomi graduated with a first from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2011 and joined Walters & Cohen in October that year to work on Greenwich UTC and competitions. Her degree projects, located in Hong Kong and Las Vegas, considered the use of light and shadow in design, as well as conservation and the life of a building.
Naomi returned to the practice in 2014 following her Part 2 degree, which she also completed at the Bartlett with a Merit in Design and Distinction in Thesis. Drawing on a longstanding interest in the socio-political role of architecture – architecture as a symbol and influencer of society and its values - Naomi worked on an original design proposition sited in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. Its function was to celebrate the demographic heterogeneity of the area, acting as a hub for local identity and memory, challenging the otherwise homogenous permanent architecture of the streetscape.
Naomi completed her Part 3 in 2016 at the University of Cambridge. She is currently working on the masterplan for North London Collegiate School.