A graduate of the American Film Institute, Bricca spent six years in Los Angeles developing his career as an editor, cutting such films as the PBS Independent Lens Audience Award winner Jimmy Scott: If You Only Knew (2002), the independent narrative feature Max, 13 (1999) and the international theatrical hit Lost In La Mancha (2002). Since 2002, he has taught documentary and narrative film production to undergraduates at Wesleyan University, and continues to edit feature films, including the Rhino Home Video release Tell Me Do You Miss Me (2006) and Con Artist (2009), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

An accomplished editor of 13 features and numerous shorts, Molomot graduated from the American Film Institute with an MFA in Film Editing. Editing credits include films that have premiered on prime-time national television (PBS, Discovery Channel, A&E) and at the nation's premiere film festivals (Sundance, SXSW, Mill Valley). Since 2003, she has taught film production and documentary film history at Yale University and Wesleyan University.