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 Aragones 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 nationwide.
Since then, Alicia traveled to Iran as a journalist with Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb and in collaboration with the Fellowship of Reconciliation in Nyack, NY. She has additionally worked on various independent feature films. And created over 30 commercials and documentaries for companies such as Al Gore's Current TV, LLC and AT&T. More recently working as a commercial photographer and the Ventura Family YMCA's Marketing & Communications Director where she Executive Produces campaign fundraising videos.