Caitlin Díaz was born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas.
After graduating from UT Austin in 2009 from the Radio-Television-Film program, she moved to New York City where she worked as a freelance film & video editor. In 2014, she moved to Los Angeles to train and work as a film colorist. As a colorist, she’s worked on a number of feature, short and art films that have screened in festivals such as LA Film Festival, Locarno, Venice Biennale, Brooklyn Film Festival and Cannes Short Film Corner. She’s colored music videos for artists like L.A. Witch and Nicky Jam, and various brand campaigns such as Creative Recreation, Regime de Fleurs, Fear of God and Swarovski. She also does color remastering on digital film restoration projects such as Belladonna of Sadness, The Estate of Ana Mendieta and various titles for Fandor.
She is also a filmmaker and has screened at festivals such as Another Experiment by Women (NYC), Strangloscope (Brazil), Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara (Mexico) and the Oak Cliff Film Festival (Texas). She was an Artist in Residency at the Echo Park Film Center in 2016.