Short Version:

Excellent interpersonal communication and work ethic

30 years Sales & Marketing Experience, 15 years Supervisory Experience

30 years Events Planning & Production

15 years Writing, Casting, Producing, Directing for Videos/Commercials/TV

10 years Sponsorship Implementation

Extensive experience in Acting, Modeling, Fashion Show Choreography, Art Direction, & Theatre Design


Long Winded Version:

Since the age of six Victoria has been involved in every aspect of stage and theatre, from acting, dancing, musical theatre, to directing.

At seventeen she became a runway model and for the next 18 years had herself immersed in every professional position offered within the fashion industry from professional photo stylist to Large Scale Fashion Show Producer. Requests were coming in from New York for her skills and she was being flown across Canada for her show choreography.

In the early 90’s she moved to Vancouver and secured herself a position as a talent consultant, extra’s casting agent, and runway model instructor.

In 1991 she began volunteer work at Rogers Cable where within 7 months of beginning her career in media she had produced 14 six-minute magazine shows.

Missing her hometown of Victoria she moved back and managed to secure herself a position as a producer through a one-day acting job.  For the next 5 years she was writing, producing, casting and directing for commercials and corporate films. She then opened her own talent agency for 2 years where she promoted actors and models for television, film, print and runway work.

In /97 she moved back to Vancouver where she landed herself a position as Production assistant on most of the major television series. This chameleon has been a 1st AD, Location Scout, Producers assistant, Personnel assistant to the Stars and Directors assistant. She worked with the Wayans Brothers as one of their personal assistants on their first smash hit, “Scary Movie”.

In January of 2000 she began working with Prospero Entertainment. Within the first few months of being with Prospero, Victoria had become studio manager, coordinating all LA meetings with the top Executive Heads of each of the major studios in LA. She then ran the LA and Vancouver offices for the next 2 years as Head of Independent Feature development, handling all marketing, packaging and promotions for the company. She has a running dialogue with hundreds of contacts in the film and television industry in Vancouver, and LA.

In February of 2002 she left Prospero Entertainment and went on her own to perform in the Vagina Monologues at UBC where she received a standing ovation in the middle of the show for her comedic performance. As a result of that performance she has been encouraged to develop herself as a professional comedian.

Now the owner of her own marketing and events company, Posh Intertainment  Victoria is concentrating on developing several projects with key people in the art, film and fashion industries.

Her motto has always been “Your Success Is My Success”.

Victoria works well on any production or business related venture. Using the wealth of her experience and skills in this arena, she is a vital and integral part of any team.