Taking on the term ‘Inner and outer Landscape’ (Inner is the world of someone’s internal feelings and emotions and outer is the world around us) to construct new and emotive visual meanings through the documentation and telling of Naomi's depression, anxiety, ptsd and trauma. 


-Video work: transcending the cliché of the symbol of water - usually seen as calming and still but yet underneath that it’s a landscape of chaos, turmoil, vulnerability, complexities etc - this also links with how mental health issues and trauma are not visibly seen on people but it is behind the person where all the pain lies. 

-Image Work: Inner and Outer landscape - merging Naomi's emotions and everything that surrounds her, nature, natural elements, structures and forms, inside and outside spaces.