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Northfield Arts Forum, affectionately known as NAF, uses high-quality, interactive arts activities to meet the fundamental needs of their community. Their artists are experienced in working with people of all ages, socio-economic backgrounds, and with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. NAF works to support their community members with access to food, and signposts them to organisations that can help with other fundamental needs, alongside facilitating high-quality creative and artistic activities. They manage a community NAF Shop space in Northfield Shopping Centre; a community garden; and run weekly food and arts cafes at Northfield Baptist Church.

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Olivia Walker

Editor in Chief

Naomi is an experienced producer with a background in applied theatre.

Naomi, a white lady with dyed red hair in her thirties, grins at the camera from inside a cardboard box. Her hair is pulled back into a ponytail and she is wearing a white t-shirt with scalloped sleeves and peach coloured skinny trousers. Her right arm is raised as if drawing or cutting the box but her hand is out of shot

Naomi Wood

Artistic Director

Emma is a skilful garden artist and performer, as well as being a brilliant project manager.

Emma, a white woman in her early 40s with light ginger hair, smiles at the camera. Another woman, whose smile and glasses are just in shot, is holding a pile of Christmas lights and a Christmas tree topper (which reads "NAF") onto Emma's head. The tangle of lights spills over onto her pink jumper. There is a Christmas tree in the background.

Emma Waterford

Creative Producer

When Erin isn't producing projects at NAF, she is writing plays and poetry, and facilitating creative writing workshops.

Erin, a white woman in her 20s, smiles off to her left. She is wearing a white t-shirt with a blue logo which reads "every body is poetry". In the background are large, bright tropical-looking leaves.

Erin Gilbey

Creative Producer

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