Alicia Cattoni graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Brooks Institute of Photography. She was an academic honoree who earned the film department's Achievement Award or highest distinction. She also won the Sergio Aragonés Film Studies Scholarship given by the Ojai Film Festival. ≡≡ After, she made videos for TurnHere. Eventually working as a Production Coordinator for the 13-episode History Channel Series, "Boneyard: The Secret Lives of Machines” and for NBC Sports and Speed Channel's Championship Off Road Racing series. ≡≡ Since then, Alicia made the feature documentary “Faith in Iran” and has worked on various independent films. She created over 30 commercials and additional documentaries for companies such as Current TV and AT&T. More recently working as a commercial photographer based outside of Los Angeles, CA.
Overall Filmmaker *Cogg’s Tire Service Inc.
Producer *2008 official selection at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
TV Crew Production Coordinator
Producer & Writer
Production Coordinator *13-episode series for The History Channel *Bio-Waste Recycling *New Orleans: Wood Screw Pumps *San Francisco’s Ship Graveyard *How Polyester is Made
Producer & Sculptor
Producer *2005 and 2006 Best of the Best at the Movies Askew Film Festival made by Kevin Smith. *Raw footage clip
Producer *Made for Ming + FS
Producer *Made for Charles Law and Jagged. *Official selection at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood.