Naomi was born in Kamakura, Japan.
In 1993, he moved to San Diego, California. There, he met Shepard Fairey, and learned silkscreen printing.
In 1998, back in Japan, he began doing experimental art projects, by posting art on the streets etc.
During this time, he started his gallery, the "Dyezu Experimental Gallery" in Nakameguro, Tokyo,
and he also worked in New York as a member of Barnstormers, a painting collaborative.
The art by Naomi was created by a passive element of finding beauty, in conjunction with the color composition and organic graphic shapes,
resulting in abstract expressions.
The actual creations projected overwhelm even Kazama himself as they are brought to life through the chaos and wonders of the natural life forms.
Every one of us exists here in organic synthesis through the environment, intentions, and DNA, colliding and influencing each other.
The existence of things made without a set agenda is so interesting and beautiful as the footsteps left behind on the beach.
Throughout his years in art, instead of trying to find a right answer, he is always more interested in simply questioning the fundamental ideas
and continuing to create art inspired by this curiosity.
He started a live silkscreen printing project "Big O" in 2010.
And the project is about making Big O - circulation through this live screenprintings exclusively onto organic cotton and upcycled materials hoping to spread the positive affirmation "YES" to the world.