Gottschalck and Schilling started a collaboration with the Danish artist DQ in 2015, and the first single "All With Love" was released in May. During the summer the song "Dance With The Stars" was released as the official Pride song for Aalborg Pride in Denmark.
In 2013 Gottschalck and Schilling wrote the composition "Air" for the documentary film "South Korea's Adopted - The Abandoned". The documentary was produced by Danish director and journalist Sanne Christesen.
Earlier in 2013 their co-written song "Because You Can" won the prize for "Best Song" in the international song competition Viña del Mar. The song was performed by the artist Hera Björk
Gottschalck and Schilling are familiar names in Eurovision Song Contest. They were part of the team behind the Irish representive in Eurovision Song Contest 2009 and took 2nd place in national Eurovision finals in Denmark (2009), Spain (2011), Ireland (2011). Besides that they have competed in national finals in Slovenia, Latvia, Moldova and in 2015 they had co-written two songs for the national final in Lithuania.
They are also part of the group Technicoloured Roses. In 2012 Technicoloured Roses released the first EP "Planet of the Roses" with the single "Keep On Playing" included. In 2013 Technicoloured Roses signed a contract with the Swedish record company and label 100 SONGS.
Pixieland Productions is a songwriting team consisting of Christina Schilling and Camilla Gottschalck. The team is today based in Copenhagen, Denmark, and is collaborating with international songwriters, producers, artists and labels. Pixieland Productions has written songs for artists in Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Iceland, Spain, Slovenia, South-Africa, Portugal, Chile, USA, Lithuania and Latvia and written songs for Eurovision Song Contest, theatre plays, films and commercials. Pixieland Productions is also releasing song on their own label, and working with publishing and PR at 2Pixies Creative Agency.