Bringing Creative Vision with Naomi Woodward
Staying on track through the creative process
About this episode
Naomi has worked extensively in the Australian Arts, Education and Bookselling industry, spending most parts professionally employed as a Script Writer and Performer in children’s entertainment and working as a seasoned performer in Theatre Education around Australia. She currently spends most days as a Youth and Children’s Library Officer working with the community and reading exciting stories to children. Her debut picture book, Moon Sailors is set for release early 2022 with Ford St. Publishing.
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I wanted to capture that moment where you go out, and it’s just awe inspiring. It’s a little bit scary, but really, it’s just about learning that there’s just something so much bigger than you that you could probably never understand.
I think as a creative, we just manage to fit in so much in such a small amount of time, and we’re always so busy moving on to the next project and being passionate about that, that when we look back, it seems like everything was different lifetimes ago and different seasons of our life that have come together to make you who you are right now.
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