In addition to working with cities around the world, he features prominently as a keynote speaker about bicycle culture, urbanism and liveable cities.
He is also known for his photography and bicycle advocacy with the Cycle chic movement that started with the Copenhagen Cycle Chic streetstyle blog, and he has been called The Sartorialist on Two Wheels by The Guardian, as well as The Pope of Urban Cycling by La Presse. He coined the phrase Cycle Chic in 2007, as well as the word Copenhagenize in the same year.
As a film director, his debut feature film, Zakka West (2003), premiered at the Copenhagen International Film Festival. He has written and directed several short films, including the award-winning short Breaking Up (1999) and founded the first pan-European organisation for screenwriters - Euroscreenwriters - in 1997.
As producer for the The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) bicentenary website for Hans Christian Andersen, he and his team won the Prix Italia award at the Radiotelevisione Italiana 57th Prix Italia for Best Website.
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- Nicholson, Rebecca (2008-09-03). "The Guardian - Cycling is officially chic". London. Retrieved 2011-11-01.
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- "The Origins of Copenhagenize". Retrieved 2011-11-01.
- rai.it: Winnders 2005 Prix Italia
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- Mikael Colville-Andersen at the Internet Movie Database
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- Copenhagen Cycle Chic
- Copenhagenize Consulting
- Hans Christian Andersen Bicentenary Website
- Colville-Andersen on SlowTV, State of Design 2010 Festival, Melbourne, July 2010
- An interview with Mikael Colville-Andersen on Notebook on Cities and Culture
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