Brinda Miller studied at Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai (Textile Design) and Parsons School of Design, New York (Drawing and Painting). Brinda has been recipient of several art awards since her school days. She stood First in Maharashtra, in 1979, from Sir J.J. School. Brinda has had 15 solo exhibitions of her work, and has also been part of several other shows in India as well as abroad. As a mixed-media artist, she has taken part in several International workshops and art camps. Brinda has also been Festival Director of The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai, almost since its inception. As Kala Ghoda Association Executive Committee member, she also looks into the upkeep and restoration of the monuments in this heritage Art District of Mumbai. Currently, she is on the Advisory Committee of National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, and on the Core Committee of Artists' Centre, Mumbai. The artist has been instrumental in creating murals for Mumbai, and believes that Public Art is important for any city. Her other major projects include displaying Indian contemporary art at the Mumbai Airports. Brinda lives and works in Mumbai, with her architect husband Alfaz Miller. She is Director of their firm, ABM Architects, Mumbai.