Originally from London, Victoria is a self-taught composer for Film & TV. She specialises in high-end film productions, combining her own unique experimental style with contemporary classical elements of film music scoring.  

In 2011, she won Best Composer at Underwire Film Festival for Louise Marie Cooke's short film First Bite. This led her to scoring her first feature film The Liability, directed by Craig Viveiros and starring Tim Roth, Peter Mullan, Jack O’Connell and Talulah Riley. 

Victoria has since scored projects such as Siren (with the Bergersen String Quartet), documentaries such as Hong Kong Roof Top Rebels for Al Jazeera Media Network, short film Missed Conceptions, which was screened at BFI Flare 2018 (the biggest LGBTQ+ Film Festival in Europe), and 69, a feature documentary directed by Rob Eagle, about the oldest gay leather club in Europe, which premiered as part of Pride in London at Tate Britain in July 2018.

Victoria has been awarded a Master of Science with Merit for Edinburgh's MSc in Composition for Screen, and is a member of BAFTA Crew.