COUNTRY: Greenland
CITY: Nuuk
CORE SKILLS: 2D/3D design, 3D hard-surface modelling and texturing, administration, danish/english translation, research and developement (R/D) and generel ad-hoc production work and line producing.

PHONE: (+299) 54 57 71
WEBSITE: Artstation & LinkedIn

Born on top of the world in Nuuk, Greenland, and has since lived in Greenland, Denmark, America, South Africa and England.

She completed her bachelor from The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark, and finished work on her bachelor film Slug Invasion in June, 2011, whereafter she moved to London for an internship at The Mill in December 2011, before graduating in January 2012.

After graduation she worked freelance at different VFX companies such as Gimmick Visual effect, The Danish FilmInstitute, MoCopenhagen and Full Control Games in Copenhagen, the latter from April 2013 until January 2014. At Full Control she worked mainly with building and texturing 3D assets, but also lighting and set dressing in Unity.

She has since worked in various parts of the business as a freelancer with both 2D and 3D. In 2015 she started focusing more on 2D designs, working with Nuuk Couture, designing t-shirts with indigenous tupilak designs and other concept art. She has also studied Arctic Studies and Inuitology at Copenhagen University in 2016, especially mytholgy and legends for a WIP bookproject coming in 2018.

In 2015 she  joined, and helped kick off the Location Greenland Conference 1.0 in Nuuk, where she worked with various Ad Hoc assignments before, during and after the conference. She continued down the administrative path, when held Location Greenland 2.0 on October 2016 in Kangerlussuaq – this time working not only with the conference, but also with helping designing the new website.

In January 2017 she moved back to Nuuk, Greenland, where she switched to line producing, working under the tutelage of Nina Skydsbjerg Jacobsen at PaniNoir, while still working with illustration under her new company Glaciem House.

Fully proficient in danish and english, both written and spoken.

Way stage level greenlandic.