Mia Rollins was born in Nashville, TN in 1995. She was a competitive figure skater for 15 years. Rollins's work has been included in various exhibitions, including the 2015, 2016, 2017 Juried Student Exhibitions at the David Winton Bell Gallery in Providence, RI, the 2016 Student Creative Arts Council's Spring Arts Festival at Brown University, and the 2017 Touchable Art Exhibition at the Granoff Center for the Arts in Providence, RI. This year, Rollins exhibited her Honors Thesis Show, Goodnight Baby: Retrospective in Lullaby in the List Center for the Arts in Providence, RI. Rollins has work within the collection of Brown University at J. Walter Wilson and the collection of the Creative Arts Council. She has received numerous awards and grants including the Brown Arts Initiative Grant and the Joslin Award for Excellence in Art. In 2016, Rollins published her first children's book, Imperfectly Elsa, about a spunky young perfectionist who learns that being perfect isn’t everything. It is now in the permanent collection of the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library. In 2017, Rollins graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brown University, receiving an honors degree in Visual Arts and a degree in Modern Culture and Media. She currently lives and works in Nashville, TN.