Tobhiyah Stone Feller
Graduating from NIDA in 2005, Tobhiyah works as a designer across interior, architecture, installation and theatre projects. She’s also a Lecturer in Design and Creative Practices subjects at NIDA.
Set & Costume Design credits include: for Griffin: Splinter, Replay; for Griffin Independent: Lighten Up; for ATYP: Bustown, Desiree Din and the Red Forest, The Laramie Project, This Territory; for B Sharp: A View of Concrete; for Bell Shakespeare Education: Macbeth; for Blacktown Arts Centre: My Name is SUD; for Ensemble: Blue/Orange, Clybourne Park, e-baby, Good People, My Zinc Bed/Blood Bank (for which her multi-purpose set design won the Installation Design Category at the 2016 Australian Interior Design Awards), Sorting Out Rachel; for Merrigong Theatre Company: Camarilla; for Musica Viva: Da Vinci’s Apprentice; for NSW Public Schools Drama Company: Bassett, The Elephant Man, Fugee; for Performing Lines: Variant; for Riverside Theatres: Parramatta Girls; for Siren Theatre Co.: Human Resources; for Sydney Conservatorium of Music: Daisy Bates at Ooldea, Orphée Aux Enfers; and for Tamarama Rock Surfers: Anna Robi and the House of Dogs. In 2014, Tobhiyah was awarded Highly Commended Emerging Designer for Stage at the Australian Production Design Guild Awards. In 2019, Flowstate, a multi-arts outdoor performance venue for which she was a lead designer was awarded The Great Place Award by QLD Planning Institute of Australia.
Tobhiyah is an active member of APDG (Australian Production Design Guild) and is the Live Performance Coordinator for the MENTORAPDG program.