As a photographer, Victoria was a late starter. After retiring from her business career, she found a hobby that she loved and it turned into her passion. She found out that she had talent and an eye for photography. Her initial source for inspiration came from the beautiful sunsets she views from her apartment window. She was later inspired by other scenic views across the country and has since expanded her work to include subject matter from the simple to the majestic.
Victoria is an active member of Brooklyn Streetcar Artists Group (BSAG). She has exhibited her photography at Coney Island Hospital for two years. Her work is being exhibited in the halls of the hospital. She also participated as an exhibitor and donated some of her works for the Haitian Benefit given there recently. She is currently exhibiting at another Brooklyn hospital, New York Methodist until February 2011.
She also exhibits at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) in Red Hook three to four times a year. She has been recognized with honors including 1st place in the Nature Center competition, 2nd place in Spring 2009 Central Park.com photo contest and two consecutive seasons in their top 30. In 2005 and 2007 her work was represented in press releases for BWAC’s art shows. Her work also appeared in the Bay Currents newspaper and on the Internet.
Victoria also enjoying making note cards of all her photographs. Each note card comes with a white envelope, wrapped in clear cellophane.