After graduating from SCS in 2010, Victoria pursued a B.A. in Graphic Design at Anderson University and then transferred to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to complete her degree in marketing and graphic design.
After college, she worked for a creative marketing agency in Greenville for several years before moving to Chicago in 2017. She got married in the fall of 2019, and she and her husband, Nic, now live in Nashville with their labradoodle, Cash.
Victoria has had the opportunity to work on projects with marketing agencies in Greenville and Chicago for corporate brands like BMW, Toyota, and Citibank. Since her move to Nashville, she has started her own photography business where she focuses on portrait photography and branding for independent artists in the music industry.
Victoria says, “It’s fun and challenging to use both aspects of my background – marketing and design – to help visually promote musicians who are just getting started in the industry and extremely passionate about what they do.”
In her free time, Victoria enjoys kayaking, attending concerts, finding new coffee shops, hiking with her husband and dog, playing the piano, and watching Clemson football games.
Victoria says, “Although I attended SCS for just my senior year, I graduated with invaluable life experiences and knowledge from some of the best teachers I had ever learned from. I loved participating in choir with Mrs. Fox, adventuring through New York City and Washington D.C. for our senior trip, attending Sabres football games, and witnessing the talent and passion of our classmates in plays and recitals. Looking back on that time, I understand now that some of my fondest memories are due to intentionality. Our teachers were intentional and truly wanted us to succeed. My friends were intentional about helping a newcomer feel welcome and involved. SCS was intentional about providing beneficial opportunities for us personally and academically. All of those experiences have helped me learn that being a good friend, employee, and more comes from doing things on purpose.”