Helen Mudie Ioannidou was born in Scotland.
She trained as a teacher.
In Turkey she taught art and music at the Istanbul International Community School for 6 years.
In Greece she taught art at a children’s home in Paleon Faliron and took courses in life drawing, art history and ceramics at the Art Painting Centre in Glyfada, where she sculpted her first life models directly from clay.
Helen has taken part in numerous group exhibitions in Athens, Aegina, Istanbul and Scotland.
In 2004, she had her first solo exhibition in Aegina, followed by three more in Athens (2007), Mykonos (2009), Aegina (2014) and Istanbul (2007). In 2016 Helen Mudie Ioannidou exhibited two life-size standing sculptures in the National Archeological Museum of Aegina.
Her work is in the collection at the Greek Embassy in Ankara and in private collections worldwide.