Sofie Kampmark was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1988.
Sofie started drawing in the very early stages of her childhood which landed herself her first published illustration job at age 14 in the Danish magazine Ud&Se.
In January 2011 she left Copenhagen for Tokyo, Japan, living and travelling the country for 7 months.
After returning from Japan, she began her studies in Computer Graphic Arts at The Animation Workshop in Viborg.
In 2015 she earned her BA, directing her graduation film Tsunami, inspired by the tragic events of the earthquake and the following tsunami during her stay in Japan in 2011.
The film got a nomination at in the prestigious Cinéfondation program at Cannes Film Festival the same year and has screened at over 30 festivals around the world, winning several awards.
In 2017 Sofie was selected to participate in the artist Residency at L'abbaye de Fontevraud in the Loire Valley in France and spent a month further exploring her visual storytelling.
Sofie now lives in Copenhagen and has since graduating been a part of several animation productions in various roles, from designer to art director and director, illustrated children's books, doing comics, and commissioned portraits.
Sofie is passionate about travelling and documenting her view of the world through her art. She aspires to submerge herself as much as possible, studying languages and customs of the places she visits, trying to understand different cultures.
This series of Noodle Nymphs started during her latest trip to Tokyo, where an experience at a ramen bar became about much more than just the food and served as the inspiration for this series.