Naomi O Kelly is a producer, facilitator and live artist, creating socially engaged art events and programmes. Naomi is a passionate strategist for accessibility and diversity within the arts and charity sectors. She loves engaging with the challenges of making deeply respectful, joyful experiences that are more inclusive and representative of a wider range of people.

As a dramaturg, Naomi has worked on award winning theatre productions such as Independent Arts Project’s Wavesand Oily Cart / Independent Arts Project’s Sound Symphony, an interactive piece of sound theatre for autistic young people and their families. She is a project manager and facilitator/storyteller with The Village Storytelling Centre, and has created socially engaged projects with organisations such as Cove Park, Sense Scotland, Glasgow Children’s Hospital, The Hidden Gardens and Platform. As a theatre maker, Naomi has worked with companies such as Puppet Animation Scotland, Fire Exit, National Theatre of Scotland, Aberdeen Performing Arts, The Tron Theatre, Imaginate, The Lyric Hammersmith,  Filter and Two Detectives. 

Image: Courtesy of Naomi O Kelly