Becca Barolli was born in 1988 and raised in North Granby, Connecticut. In 2010 she earned a BFA in photography from the University of Connecticut. After graduating, she spent four years teaching Experimental Art and Digital Photography classes at the Mansfield Community Center while developing a portfolio in sculpture. In 2016 she received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute working primarily with steel wire and other raw materials. She received a Cadogan scholarship from The San Francisco Foundation and SOMArts Cultural Center in 2015 and was awarded the Ella King Torrey Award at graduation for creative innovation in her studio practice. Becca currently lives and works in Hayward, California. She has exhibited work at SOHO20 Gallery in New York, NY, Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco, CA, Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, OH, Miranda Kuo Gallery in New York, NY, Last Projects in Los Angeles, CA and Root Division in San Francisco, CA. Her work is collected internationally.