Victoria began her professional career as a recording artist in the music industry with Australian dance group, 'Culture Shock' after signing to Sony Music in 1993, resulting in a top #20 national single, 'Satisfy The Groove'. Following the success of Culture Shock, she expanded her performing career as understudy for 'Gigi' in Sydney's 1996 "Miss Saigon".
After playing around on an old Mac computer, Victoria fell into songwriting, graphic design, photography, video editing and vocal editing. This brought about a songwriting/production partnership with music producer, now-husband, Paul Wiltshire. Over the last 15 years, the pair wrote &/or produced for The Backstreet Boys, Australian Idol, Engelbert Humperdinck, Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem and many more, with sales exceeding 15 million internationally. Victoria then took on a position as Creative Director for 360 degree music company, PLW Entertainment, overseeing artist & product development, image design and marketing.
Right now, Victoria calls Los Angeles her home, working as Creative Director for Songtradr, a Music Rights Platform. She has completed a TV pilot called, "Kings & Queens" which was an Industry Insider Television Writing Contest semi-finalist and creates content and writes for Songtradr.
Kings & Queens TV Pilot
Television Writer Industry Insider Competition Semi-Finalist
Music by Songtradr (Music) Creative design Music rights trading platform.
Industry Insider Television Writing Contest (Semi-Finalist)
Television by Writers Store Screenwriter
Music by PLW Entertainment Development of artists & products from conception to launch
"My Beautiful Woman" (Never Gone: Backstreet Boys)
Music by Jive Records Songwriter/Vocal Editor
Miss Saigon (Sydney, Australia)
Theater by Cameron Macintosh Understudy 'Gigi'/Ensemble
Music by Sony Music Singer/Dancer/Keyboards
RIAA Platinum Sales Award "Never Gone" Backstreet Boys