Robert Rollins

Raised in Newport Beach, Robert Rollins was surrounded by the competitive aquatic sports the beach city had to offer. As a student at Newport Harbor High School, his considerable talent as an animator and watercolor artist was acknowledged with the Bank of America Achievement Award and the Lido Marina Village Newport Art Commission. His portfolio was so impressive that he was accepted to the California Institute of the Arts on the merits of his work alone.

Under the mentorship of Robert Winquist, Robert was exposed to different forms of artistic expression such as directing, writing, and producing. He was further honed by Rudi Fehr, the editor of KEY LARGO, DIAL M FOR MURDER and Academy Award Nominee for the editing of PRIZZI'S HONOR.

Robert has since created numerous short films, commercials, music videos, and edited for the Southern California Writers Association. His photos have been published in the LA TIMES and the RESTORE HETCH HETCHY newsletter. Robert has gained particular recognition for the DREAM COUNTRY segments PUMPKIN HOLLOW, which was screened at the LA Shorts Fest, KNIGHTFALL which was awarded the Telly Award, and THE MAGIC HOURGLASS which was shown at the West Coast Film Festival and also honored with a Telly Award.

Most recently, Robert has been working on post-production for his second feature film, a documentary entitled THE FRIENDSHIP, which tells the story of Robert H. Rollins and Bob Rollins building a 45-foot wooden sailboat in Arcadia, California, and racing it in the Transpac - a 2,557 mile sailboat race across the Pacific Ocean from Los Angeles to Honolulu.

Robert Rollins' work is available for purchase, so why not bring a little of his artistry home for yourself or your office?

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