Naomi has extensive experience of providing public engagement events to diverse audiences, across the museums and heritage sector. She also has expert subject knowledge of nineteenth and early twentieth century art, travel, and popular culture.
A confident and engaging speaker, Naomi has previously given talks on subjects as diverse as stereoscopic photographs of Egyptian mummies, Queen Victoria’s time in Brighton, and the Sussex watercolours of Eric Ravilious, and more. Naomi is available to give talks focussing on museum and heritage collections – with a nineteenth or early twentieth century twist! If you would like to book Naomi to give a talk to your group, please get in touch here.
Naomi is also available to give private, guided heritage walks and tours in locations across London and the South East (Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Hampshire). Walks and tours of locations further afield are available prior to consultation, arrangement and availability. Contact Naomi to arrange your guided walk or tour here.
A clear and compelling writer, Naomi is open for written commissions on a broad range of museum, gallery, heritage and travel topics. Get in touch here to discuss your requirements.