A graduate of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation and several private art schools, Mia has studied art, illustration and fashion design. For the past few years, her work has revolved mostly around commercial and fashion illustration, which she also teaches from time to time at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.
She depicts a whimsical and delicate universe which reflects her own dreamy nature. She creates realistic yet surreal, detailed illustrations of people and animals living in a dream-like universe – happy, beautiful creatures.
Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph, Volkswagen Autostadt, Rode Bath, Soft Gallery, Molo Kids, Neiman Marcus, Gap, ASOS.com, Aritzia, Marie Claire, SELF Magazine, Costume, Toronto Life, Taschen, Orion Books, Carlin Groupe International, Grabarz & Partner, RSCG Ad Agency, Sunrise Agency, Air Canada, The Perfect Kiss Records, etc.
"That Which We Do Not Understand", Amelias House (2014)
"Illustration NOW! Fashion", edited by Julius Wiedemann, TASCHEN (2013)
"NEW Illustrators FILE", Artbox vol. 8, 9 & 11 (2010 - 2013)
"FRESH - cutting edge illustrations PRINT", edited by Slanted, DAAB Media GMBH (2011)
"The Beautiful - Illustrations for Fashion and Style", Gestalten (2010)
"Illustration NOW! 3", edited by Julius Wiedemann, TASCHEN (2009)
"Amelias Anthology of Illustration - featuring renewable technologies to prevent catastrophic climate change", Amelias House (2009)
"Mrs. O - The Face of Fashion Democracy", Mary Tomer, Hachette Book Group Inc.(2009)
"Never Leave the House Naked - and 50 other Ridiculous Fashion Rules", BIS Publishers (2009)
"Atlas of Illustration", One Page, Mao Mao Publishing, Barcelona/Tokyo (2009)
"Digital Fashion Illustration", Kevin Tallon, Anova Books Ldt. London (2008)
New Nordic Fashion Illustration vol. 2, Tallin, Estonia (5/2015 - 9/2015)
ArtBox Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2010 + 2011)
FrenchTrotters, Paris, France (5/2007 - 6/2007)
Orange Dot Gallery & Favela Chic, London, UK (4/2007)
A-huset, Copenhagen, Denmark (7/2006)
Art Club Riga, Copenhagen, Denmark (11/2000 - 1/2001)