About Naomi Erin
Most creative being on the planet
The Story of Me!
A perfect morning, afternoon or evening to you. So this is me or at least a wee blurb about me and why I do what I do.
First, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Naomi but in the digital world I am referred to as Myssy and on a lot of my social media outlets, I go by “Not Quite Alice”.
I have been involved with the creative industry for over 30 years now and I am still constantly amazed at the talent and skills of others like me. I specialise in Photography, Digital Art and Writing, the latter being my passion. It is a constant joy to meet new people, be it through my work or in the pursuit of new and exciting adventures and yes I do like to explore the world around me through my imagery. I believe that photography not only captures a moment but a story too. This is one of the reasons I often combine my writing with my photos, a kind of visual journey if you like.
Any way my dear friends. Enjoy my offerings and if we meet on the field of business or social engagements, I look forward to understanding you better.
So, this is what I have going on in my creative universe. Let me break it down for you a little and brush you up on some of my terminology.
- Fluid Novel: This is an ongoing and ever developing story, released in individual chapters over on my Buy Me a Coffee account.
- Design Clients: These are the wonderful people I have had the pleasure of working with, be it supplying them with bespoke Graphic Design services or on occasions Photographic prints/ projects.
- Happy Readers: Well these are people who have read my stuff and actually interacted with me over my writing. This makes me smile a lot.
- WIP: My works in progress refers to my writing projects or as I like to say, stories that fill my day. I have lots of other WIPs with regards to my photo projects and digital design services but they would be far to many to list. As like a river, they are forever flowing, changing and adapting.
Work in Progress
And what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversations?” —Chapter 1, Down the Rabbit-Hole