Martin Miotk began his artistic career as a theater painter/sculptor at Hamburg Staatsoper under Louvrens Langenvoort. He then studied free painting under Dirk van der Meulen, as well as stage and costume design under Hartmut Meyer at the University of the Arts (UdK) Berlin. Martin Miotk has been working as a stage and costume designer and director since 2010. He has worked at theaters such as, among others, Schauspiel Düsseldorf; Residenztheater in Munich (director: Suse Wächter); Schauspielhaus Nürnberg; Oper Graz; Deutsche Oper Berlin; and Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin. He has collaborated with costume designer Andy Besuch for a long time now. The sets and costumes for the Spoliansky revue “Wie werde ich reich & glücklich“ (“How Will I Get Rich & Happy“) at Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, and Chekhov´s “Platonov“ at Staatstheater Augsburg, as well as “Fidelio“ (director: Florian Lutz) at Oper Halle were widely critiqued. He developed the set design at Theater Bonn for a production of Elfriede Jelinek´s “Abraumhalde“ (directed by Simon Blattner), as well as for the world premiere of Svenja Bungarten´s “Bonn ist eine Stadt am Meer“ (“Bonn is a city by the sea“) at Theater Münster. With the theater collective Opera Lab Berlin, which specializes in contemporary music, numerous projects are created, including \”Love & Diversity\” by Manos Tsangaris.
In 2021 Miotk was nominated for the Austrian Music Theater Award for the best set design for the operetta \”The Polish Wedding\” at the Graz Opera.
Martin Miotk\'s debut film \”OSTRAVAGANZA – the secret avant-garde of the DDR stars\” in collaboration with Jennifer Walshe will celebrate in April 2022 at BAM! – Berliner Festival für aktuelles Musiktheater its premiere at the Babylon Kino am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.