Mia Robinson’s love for art has always been a source of rehabilitation from the everyday hustle and bustle of a working life. Although her artistic endeavors date back many years, formal training did not take place until 2006, when she had the distinct privilege of being mentored by classical artist, John David (JD) Parrish of Phoenix, AZ. She additionally received training in painting and sculpture at The Washington Studio School in Washington DC in 2008. Her love affair with mobile digital media (“fingerpainting”) began in October 2008, when she first discovered painting on her iPhone and, in January of 2009, she discovered and joined a small international group of artists (now known as “The Fingerpainters”) on Flickr. Since that time she has been honored to have been featured in international exhibitions, workshops, blogs, and multiple online galleries, including an iPhone art workshop held at the Oslo Art Fair in Norway in July 2009; “iPhone Therefore iArt”, a nationally recognized group exhibition held at the Chicago Art Department in January 2010; and “The World is At Our Fingertips” an international exhibition at the Flying Pig Gallery and Greenspace in Algoma, WI which opened this June 2010. Mia is heavily involved in the growing community artists and is co-founder of the International Association of Mobile Digital Artists, Inc. (iAMDA), an organization promoting and supporting the art form through the development of workshops, educational resources and conferences. She currently serves as an interim board member and sits on the steering committee for the organization’s first Mobile Art Conference, which will be held at New York University’s ITP, Tisch School for the Arts this upcoming October 2010. She is a community resource for artists worldwide and was most recently featured in the Issue #8 of Digital Artist Magazine article “Art on the iPad”. Ms. Robinson regularly writes for Fingerpainted.it, one of the first and foremost mobile digital painting blogs and currently resides in Silver Spring, Md. with a terribly “wired” feline and her all-time favorite pair of green Chuck Taylors.