Eliana Cetto is a lens based media artist specializing in multimedia photo/video installations and alternative photographic processes working in the Bay Area. As a feminist activist and queer Latina, Cetto believes that emerging technology allows marginalized voices to be heard and claim space. An avid Internet blogger and iPhone enthusiast, Cetto approaches art making through the aesthetics of the Millennial Generation, employing trends, social media, and "selfie" culture as tools for rebellion. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Photography from San Jose State University, where she taught Alternative Photographic Processes and Beginning Digital Photography. She is the Western Regional Representative for the Society of Photographic Educators LGBTQ National Caucus. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Painting with an Art History double major concentrating in Critical Theory and Critique Writing from the University of the Pacific.