Naomi is a singer, actor, composer and vocal/performance coach. She has worked with production companies such as GFO, Michael Cassel Group and Sport for Jove Theatre.
Naomi is a graduate of WAAPA-Bachelor of Music Theatre.
Naomi has her new solo show I'm Literally Losing My Mind, heading to The Hayes Theatre in September 2020 after previewing a section of the show at the Grand Finals of the Sydney Cabaret Competition.
Naomi was a guest artist for the Epiphanies Concert at Sydney's Seymour Centre in October 2018. She also performed as a featured artist for Show Queen cabaret in November 2017. She was in the Australian tour of Les Miserables as part of the ensemble, covering Fantine and Factory Girl. Previously Naomi performed in Sport for Jove’s The Tempest, playing the role of Ariel while 5 months pregnant with her first child. Naomi performed in Wicked (Asia Tour) performing in the ensemble and covering Madame Morrible. She also appeared in William Finn's Elegies at Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, and an original song cycle which has been released on iTunes, "Together/Apart". Naomi has worked with Sport for Jove Theatre Company, playing roles in Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and As You Like It. In 2010 Naomi recorded the role of Kitty Clarke in the new Australian musical Morgan’s Run, written by Gavin Lockley, Colleen McCollough and accompanied by the Symphony of Australia. In 2011 Naomi performed in the award-winning production of The Libertine at The Darlinghurst Theatre and Andrew Lippa’s John and Jen as part of The Sydney Fringe Festival, where she received an Award for Excellence for her performance.
As a composer Naomi has composed for Sport for Jove Theatre Company (Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, The Tempest, 2nd Age Project) and Bell Shakespeare (Such Sweet Sorrow 2013, Actors at Work programme).
Alongside husband Drew Livingston, she recorded an album of Shakespeare’s sonnets set to their original compositions, titled 'So Long Lives This', which is available on iTunes.
She has composed music for a new Australian musical titled “Evie May”, which played at The Hayes Theatre Company in October/November 2018.
As a director Naomi directed a production of both Urinetown and West Side Story with Blue Mountains Musical Society.
Naomi also works as a vocal and performance coach, as a private tutor and as a production singing coach for companies such as Belvoir (Barbara and The Camp Dogs), Bell Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet, Actors at Work) and Sport for Jove Theatre (Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, 2nd Age Project). Naomi has also completed The Estill Voice Training System Levels One and Two.
Naomi has also written articles for AussieTheatre.com.