While growing up in Northern California, Victoria’s interest in architecture began at a young age where she designed an addition to her family home fueled by the desire to have more space for her large family. Her nearly constant interest in art and building objects coupled with a love of outdoor life influences her work even today.
Victoria earned her BArch, a 5 year professional architecture degree, from the University of Oregon in 1989. She has also studied with Luigi Snozzi at SCI-Arc in Vico Morcote, Switzerland, as the recipient of the Louis C. Rosenberg Travelling Fellowship in 1988.
Victoria has been privileged to work in the offices of James Cutler Architects on Bainbridge Island and The Miller/Hull Partnership in Seattle before establishing her solo practice. She is a licensed architect in Washington and California.
She lives in Seattle, where she enjoys art in all forms and continually enjoys outdoors in all seasons with her son and husband, and a well-loved dog and cat.