Victoria has been an educator at the Secondary and Tertiary levels in Canada and Australia, with an emphasis on Photomedia and Contemporary Art. She has previously worked in private industry as a Graphic Artist. She has consulted and spoken widely on Photomedia, Art Education and, in 2002, completed a lecture tour of New Zealand for the Beeby Foundation and the Ministry of Arts.
Her research includes a cross-cultural comparison of the life and work of Canadian artist Emily Carr to the Australian artist Margaret Preston, the Aboriginal photographs of J.W. Lindt and ‘Renata Buziak: Afterimage’, published by the Queensland Centre for Photography 2011. Her most recent publication is 'Photography and Fictions: Locating dynamics of practice' 2014.
Victoria’s exhibitions include hand-applied silver gelatin images (4 Sisters, 1994; Wake, 2003 and Silver Gelatin, 2012), digital images (Landscape Painting, 2005), and still life (Nesting, 2008).
In 2015, Victoria was invited to speak at Fast Forward: Women in Photography, a two-day conference organised by the Tate Modern, which explores the complex and dynamic evolution of the history of women in photography, from early commercial practices, to the impact of World War II on women and their work, to reframing the role of the archive.