Naomi Davidoff aims to transfix the imagination by providing original wearable art, performance, and semblance to a wide range of audiences. A BFA graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art (’13), she is an artisan of many crafts who specializes in fashion and costume design for the entertainment industry. Naomi creatively uses inspiration from textiles, dreams, nightmares, folklore, mythology, cultural history and movement as a basis for her designs. Her love for juxtaposing and joining unexpected textiles has inspired her to create numerous fashion lines and costumed characters for theater and film.
Naomi's work has been featured at the Baltimore Museum of Art, The American Visionary Art Museum, The Walters Art Museum, twice drew national media attention on CNN, exhibited at Maker Faire NYC, Boston Fashion Week, Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Artscape, Transmodern Festival and more. Her costumes have been toured nationally and internationally in conjunction with traveling musicians and theater companies. Through her art-making process, Naomi hopes to inspire the viewer to defy expectation, connect more closely with their dream states, while promoting imaginative thought against the bond of an expectant reality.