Victoria grew up near the idyllic north Cornwall coastline, in the south west of England, an environment of green fields, open spaces, expansive Moore land areas all littered with small towns and tiny villages, which is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. It is a place of inspiration where nature more than man hasshaped the landscape through time.
From Cornwall she moved to the city in 1996 to study photography and then in 2000 chose London to follow a career as an artist and photographer.
The contrast Victoria experienced between this rural environment and the urban landscape of the city with its eclectic mix of people, buzzing street scenes and impressive architecture is what inspired her to create and develop her artprojects. Victoria is captivated by the way we construct our environments "everywhere I look I see the result of human thought and endeavour, buildings and scenes that have come in to existence shaped through imagination, economics and cultural dynamics".
"I love city life, when I look at a long stretch of buildings I am reminded that behind each window/door exists another life, whether at work or at home someone fills that space."