A singer-songwriter who crafts moody, alternative pop, Victoria started writing at the age of 12 in her native Marietta, Georgia after her mother bought her a cheap guitar. For years, she wrote and made the trek from Marietta to Nashville twice a month. It became clear it was time to make a permanent move and at the age of 15, Victoria and her family moved to Nashville. Within a few years the Marietta native caught the attention of music industry heavyweights, both in Nashville and New York, and music supervisors Chop Shop in Los Angeles. Her first single sync “The Birds and The Bees” (produced by Nashville producer Todd Bradley) was released on the WB hit series “Hart Of Dixie” starring Rachel Bilson. Victoria spent the next couple of years creating a deep, eclectic catalog of songs and relationships, penning songs with Jason Reeves (Colbie Caillat), and Aaron Krause (Amy Stroup) whom she released an R&B driven track with on Spotify, garnering over 1 million plays. During this time Victoria entered a treatment center for substance abuse and took time to recalibrate in the months following at her family's home in Murfreesboro, TN. In late 2015, Victoria began work on a new collection of songs with her longtime producer Todd Bradley and studio partner/collaborator Tyler Cain (Darius Rucker, Meghan Linsey, Ashley Monroe). These songs caught the attention of Grammy Award winning producer/engineer David Leonard (Prince, Keb’ Mo’, Barenaked Ladies, John Mellencamp) and Leonard signed on to mix and lend a production ear. Seeking more creative fulfillment Victoria put her first live band together and the beginning of a tour. With her new band, and a few shows at Nashville’s most acclaimed venues like “City Winery” and “3rd and Lindsley”, gaining an enthusiastic following, Victoria and her band were set to hit Los Angeles for a mini tour that included “The Canyon Club”, “The Saban Theatre” and “Hotel Café” when news came that she was expecting. A year after having her son, Elliott, Victoria released her first single "Low" in July 2018, which was recently added to SiriusXM's "The Coffeehouse" playlist. Now, at 24, while working on various projects, Victoria is releasing an EP in late spring 2019 that reflects the person and artist she’s grown to be over the years.