Brinda has been recipient of several art awards since her school days.
She stood 1st in Maharashtra in 1979, from Sir J.J School of Arts; and some her awards are :
The Rotary Club of Sea- land’s’ Vocational Excellence and Appreciation ‘Award 2008/9
Women Achievers Award, Giants International,2009.
Young Environmentalists’ Trust Women Achievers Award, 2010
She is also a member of a permanent jury of The Swiss Annual Award for Sir J.J School of Arts, Mumbai.
Brinda has had 16 solo art exhibitions in India as well as abroad, and has also been part of several group shows. As a mixed-media artist; Brinda has taken part in several National as well as International Art Workshops.
Brinda works with several NGOs. She is an important catalyst in organizing art events, and is Art Advisor on many committees such as ‘AVID-Continuous Learning’. She has been Hon. Chairperson at Artists’ Centre, Mumbai, since the last 3 years. This is an art gallery and a non-profit organization that assists upcoming artists. Her most recent assignment is that of being Chief Creative Officer for the 150-year celebrations of BASF in India
Brinda has also been Festival Director of the iconic The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai— almost since its inception in 1999, and continues to co-curate the Visual Arts section of the festival every year. She has also been co-curator of the music section a couple of times.
As Kala Ghoda Association Executive Committee member, she also looks into the upkeep and restoration of this famous Art District of Mumbai.
She has also written several articles that have been published in books and magazines.
The artist has been instrumental in creating murals for Mumbai, and believes in introducing public art to the city.
Her other major projects include displaying Indian contemporary art at the Mumbai International Airport.
Brinda lives and works in Mumbai, with her architect husband Alfaz Miller.
She is Director of ABM Architects Pvt Ltd, Mumbai.