Victoria is a freelance social documentary photographer and visual storyteller. Currently based in Brisbane, she provides editorial content for the education sector and is also an educator for Visual Communication at the University of Queensland.
In 2014, Victoria received the ‘Godfrey Rivers Medal for Excellence’, the ‘Best Portfolio in Show: Photography Award’, and the ‘St Margaret’s Scholarship’, for her work Beautiful Trophy - an investigation into the industry of hunting tourism.
In 2015 she was awarded First Class Honours, from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University for the outcome of her visual research project entitled Invisible Sacrifice - a long-form documentary of the human story impacted by manifestations of climate change in her local region.
In April 2016, Victoria was invited to join the Stuart Franklin (Magnum Photo Agency) Portfolio Review in Zurich, Switzerland, to present this same body of work and share her research with Franklin and fellow participants.
With a broad portfolio of documentary and commercially commissioned work, Victoria’s photography has been featured across diverse media outlets, including billboards, magazines, and advertisements.
She has worked with a wide variety of people and organisations to find her stories, including working around the challenges of taking on big business and industry in order to articulate her observations of their environmental impact.