WORLD OF WEARABLE ARTS


GARMENT TECHNICIAN (SHILOH DOBIE)

SHOW SEASON (2019), PHOTOSHOOT & GARMENT INSTALLATIONS

PHOTOSHOOT WITH B. Akerlund (Celebrity Stylist & Fashion Activist) & Ekaterina Belinskaya (Photographer)


 


Images may be subject to Copyright © 

VIGILAIR LTD.

DRONE INTEGRATED SECURITY RESPONSE

 

 

VIGILAIR LTD.
2017


DESIGN & FABRICATION

freelance technician SHILOH DOBIE


Fabrication of the charging pod / nest as viewed at 0:30 – 0:37 minutes on One News Video.

Copyright © Shiloh Dobie

MOORE WILSON’S

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

 

 

MOORE WILSON’S & HUMAN DYNAMO WORKSHOP



FABRICATION & SCENIC ARTIST


freelance scenic artist / workshop technician SHILOH DOBIE
subcontracted by, HUMAN DYNAMO WORKSHOP

DESIGNED & FABRICATED BY HUMAN DYNAMO WORKSHOP


Interior fit out for Moore Wilson’s, featured in their new branch.  The design and fabrication featured five custom built / decorated boat sheds, a custom boat counter, spirits wall featuring archival imagery, and large-scale banners to fill the space.

My role in this spanned across custom paint work, construction and installation with contributions to the archival graphics featured on the spirits wall.

 

Copyright © Shiloh Dobie

GARAGE PROJECT

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

 

 

Garage Project & Human dynamo workshop
Beervana, 2017


Scenic artist

freelance scenic artist SHILOH DOBIE
subcontracted by, HUMAN DYNAMO WORKSHOP


Fabrication & Installation for Garage Project (Craft Beer) at Beervana, Westpac Stadium, Wellington, 2017.

Copyright © Shiloh Dobie

WELLINGTON

PLASTIC SURGERY INSTITUTE

wellington CBD

 

 

wellington plastic surgery institute


interior designer

New facility Interior Fit Out on Murphy Street, Wellington CBD

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DESIGNWORKS

AUCKLAND

NEW ZEALAND

 

 

 

PRODUCT FABRICATION || DESIGNWORKS


FABRICATion team

freelance fabrication SHILOH DOBIE
team members PHIL TAN, BREE ASMUS, DAMNIAN ALEXANDER, DREW ROBERTSON
contributors DAVID LYALL, ODELE RODGERS, DAVE BLACK, MAT BOGUST, ANGUS WILLISON, BEN CLAASEN, ASHTON HENTY
client DESIGNWORKS


 1 of 250, a single origin edition of pohutakawa and clover honey, contained within a custom design honey pot, launched as a Christmas Gift for Designworks Clients.

 


AWARDS:

Received Gold Pin Award at Best Awards, NZ 2016

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Copyright © Shiloh Dobie

AUM PRODUCTIONS

AUCKLAND

 

aum productions


installation artist | concept & fabrication

freelance fabrication SHILOH DOBIE


Four day New Years Festival, South Head, Auckland. 2000 tickets sold. 2016/2017.

Copyright © Shiloh Dobie

BASEMENT THEATRE

NZ THEATRE

 

THE PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS FROM THE SCIENTIFIC SURVEY OF THE FIRST 7500 DAYS OF MY LIFE DONE IN THE INTEREST OF SHOWING YOU HOW TO LIVE BETTER LIVES



SET DESIGN

directed by NISHA MADHAN (shortland street)
produced by JAMIE JOHNSTONE with PETER MAY
written by UTHER DEAN
venue BASEMENT THEATRE, auckland, new zealand


Some people collect stamps, some people play sports, and some people undertake in-depth scientific surveys for each day of their entire lives. Let’s just say that Max Addison doesn’t collect stamps or play sports. The presentation of the findings from Max’s survey, findings that could indeed be literally considered their life’s work, will be a momentous occasion. To not attend such a momentous occasion could easily be construed as oafish or unthinking. Max is certain that you will wish to avoid this pitfall.

Shiloh Dobie, under the direction of Christine Urquhart, and through collaboration with Sarah Kirk and Lizzie Morris, designed and constructed the Set for The First 7500 Days of my Life (depicted).


https://vimeo.com/140884139

photos & video by ALEX PLUMB


Praise for The First 7500 Days of my Life:

…Max is wise to tell us that ‘everything is falling apart’. It is too and I have to say I’ve not seen so much chaos and carnage on a stage in a very long time. Anarchy rules to such an extent that even the appearance of an upstanding cartoon penis on the whiteboard doesn’t surprise us one little bit. The stage is trashed, there are cables everywhere, people fall over, friendship are ruined and it’s all incredibly, incredibly funny.’

– Lexie Matheson, Theatreview

‘The performer’s efforts are once again aided by set design. Utilising the previous set sans swings, The First 7500 Days of My Life also features a raised wooden stage with numerous trap doors that offer many comedic opportunities.’

– Rebekah Philson, whatsgoodblog

Set designers Sarah Kirk, Shiloh Dobie, and Lizzie Morris, under the mentorship of Christine Urquhart, provide a sleek set for the artificial world of Narcissus, and a DIY raise for 7500, tying them together with visible wiring under artificially lit ceiling panels, and while sightlines for Stephen Bain’s AV Design proved problematic in Narcissus, the issue is simply another tool for 7500 to use to their comedic advantage.

– Matt Baker, Theatre Scenes

Copyright © Shiloh Dobie