His work began appearing in the mid-1980s, in various titles produced by independent publishers, including The American for Dark Horse. From approximately 1988 to 1992, he worked for DC Comics, drawing The Flash, Justice Society, Green Arrow, Starman, and Suicide Squad. He was both artist and plotter on Impact Comics's Legend of the Shield with dialogue by Mark Waid. He has also worked on Marvel's Namor: The Sub-Mariner and The Avengers. He has drawn for television-related titles such as Gargoyles (Disney) and Saban Entertainment's Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
Beginning in 2000, Miehm began packaging the long-running "Scouts in Action" feature - writing, drawing, ink, color, typography, logo designs - as well as a variety of assignments for Boys' Life magazine. The feature was expanded to a second page - "More S.I.A" - with the September, 2007 issue, with Miehm providing all art and writing chores for this page as well.
The “Scouts In Action” franchise was expanded yet again – with Miehm at the helm on all creative duties – when “Scouters In Action” made its debut in the January – February 2015 issue of Scouting magazine, a sister publication to Boys’ Life. This feature is devoted to recounting true stories of adult Scout leaders involved in acts of heroism similar to those seen in “Scouts In Action” and “More S.I.A.”.
Miehm’s other freelance work includes assignments in the advertising and commercial illustration fields.
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