(written from a Production point of view)
As dga trainee, Dolfi also worked on episodes of Brooklyn Bridge (1991, with Estelle Harris, Jeffrey Nordling, and Heidi Swedberg), P.S.I. Luv U (1991, with assistant director Jerri Churchill and second unit directors Gary Baxley and Bob Bralver), Murder, She Wrote (1991, with Kerrie Keane, Andreas Katsulas, Stephen Macht, Amy O'Neill, David Soul, Bruce Gray, and co-producer J. Michael Straczynski), Perfect Strangers (1992), The Trials of Rosie O'Neill (1992, with Georgann Johnson, Lisa Banes, Karen Austin, and Renata Scott), and Man of the People (1991-1992, with Kate Mulgrew and second assistant director Brenda Kalosh), and on the action film Rapid Fire (1992, with Tzi Ma, Basil Wallace, John Vickery, Jeff McCarthy, Al Foster, Phil Chong, Carl Ciarfalio, Eddy Donno, Kenny Endoso, Gene LeBell, Cole McKay, John Meier, Charlie Picerni, Steve Picerni, and Chuck Picerni, Jr.).
Dolfi then worked as set costumer on the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) and as wardrobe assistant on the thriller The Hunted (1995, with James Saito). She also worked as makeup artist on a music video for the band Rockapella (1988), several karaoke videos (1990), and on industrial videos for Saks Fifth Avenue (1989) and Dupont (1990). In addition, she worked in the craft service on the television thriller The Perfect Bride (1991, directed by Terrence O'Hara, with Marilyn Rockafellow, stunt coordinated by Jeff Smolek, and stunts by Dana Dru Evenson, Lynn Salvatori, and Debby Lynn Ross).
In 1997, Dolfi worked as assistant production coordinator for Digital Domain on the blockbuster Titanic. Her last known credit was as pre-production director's assistant on the fantasy drama What Dreams May Come in 1998.