Born and raised in Mexico City, Naomi Gonzalez Kahn is a Los-Angeles based production/costume designer for film and live performance. She earned her Master's Degree in Fine Arts from UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television. She was awarded the CONACYT/FINBA scholarship from The Mexican National Council for Science and Technology, and The Foundation for the National Institute of Fine Arts to pursue the same. While at UCLA, she has been a recipient of the Michael Minor and Robert Green Scholarship, Fred Thorp Fellowship, Carol Shickel Memorial Fellowship in Theatrical Design, and won the first place at the Getty/UCLA Design Challenge 2017.
She also holds a degree in Jewelry Design from the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA) that culminated in her earning the Bench Jeweler credentials. She followed that up with another degree in stage design from the National School of Theatrical Arts (ENAT), Mexico City. While there, she earned the first place at the 6th National Biennale of Design, hosted by the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA). She enjoys the movement and multi-faceted nature of visual narrative design the most.