Victoria perceives photography as the method to extract an object from its surrounding noise and to preserve it in its purest form. Without any form of external interference, such as preformed emotions, experiences, visual distortions, photographs accentuate the original and innocent state of being. The act of taking a photo disconnects the viewed object from the rapports it had built with the world, then presents it to the audience on a clean slate, pulling us closer to the subject's essence. Photographs hence, give audience an isolated viewing experience that accentuates the visual channel.
Victoria attempts to capture how we view the world; exactly like how our eyes see the world. Independent from our feelings, our preconceived opinions, our state of being. She documents the isolated views that she experiences and preserve it in eternity in the form of a photograph. If factors aside from visual played a role in the construction of the photograph, in ten years when the memories become inevitably hazy, the photography would have lost one of its key building component, and the photograph would consequently lose its meaning, and become worthless to the photographer.
She has exhibited in numerous international art fairs and exhibitions across the U.S. Her work can be found in private collections of collectors in U.S. and Asia.