2011 sees Victoria designing the set for Company B’s The Business, set and costume design for Griffin Theatre’s And No More Shall We Part, Loot for Sydney Theatre Company and November and Speaking in Tongues for the State Theatre Company of S.A.
For the State Theatre of South Australia, Victoria has designed for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Waiting for Godot, Lion Pig Lion, Blue Orange, Ghosts, King Lear, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, November and Speaking in Tongues. For the Adelaide Festival Centre Victoria designed Undertow which toured to Budapest in 2005 and 2006, for Adelaide Fringe Festival, DIY Men and for Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the costume design for Take Flight.
Victoria’s other theatre design credits include One Long Night In the Land of Nod for Tamarama Rock Surfers, I Love You, You’re Perfect Now Change for Country Arts Victoria, Landed for Riverland Youth Theatre, American Buffalo for Bluetongue Theatre and A Streetcar Named Desire for Bakehouse Theatre. In 2009 Victoria designed the set and costumes for Metro Street directed by Georgie Brookman for Arts Asia Pacific in Korea. This saw her nominated for a Curtain Call award for Best Set Design.
Victoria’s film credits include the Art Department on an independent feature film The Combination directed by David Field, and Production Design on short feature Alma Mater High by Alphalpha Productions.