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Robert Rollins

Robert Rollins was born and raised in Newport Beach, a city that offered a competitive lifestyle of sailing and other aquatic sports. During his time at Newport Harbor High School, his natural talent in animation and watercolor art was recognized and he won the Bank of America Achievement Award and the Lido Marina Village Newport Art Commission. This earned him a place at the prestigious California Institute of the Arts, where under the mentorship of Robert Winquist, he further explored his artistic talent by specializing in directing, writing, and producing.

His award-winning directing, writing, and producing work includes BLOOD WILL TELL, DREAM COUNTRY, FORTUNE’S FOOLS, KNIGHTFALL, LONG AFTER MIDNIGHT, THE ACCIDENTAL JANITOR, DORITOS CRASH THE SUPERBOWL, THE FRIENDSHIP, THE MAGIC HOURGLASS, PUMPKIN HOLLOW, and UNLIKE YOU. In addition to these works, Robert has also had his photography published in the LA TIMES and the RESTORE HETCH HETCHY newsletter.

Currently, Robert is in the post-production stages of his second feature film, a documentary entitled THE FRIENDSHIP. This film follows the uplifting story of his grandfather and father building a 45-foot wooden sailboat in their backyard 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' artwork is now available to purchase as prints for home and office decor. His vibrant works capture the culture of California that he grew up with, and are sure to bring life to any space.

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