Victoria has presented talks and keynotes at a variety of conferences and venues, including The Banff New Media Institute, The BFI, Somerset House, The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The RCA, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Goldsmiths, The London Film School, Power to the Pixel, IDFA DocLab, Sheffield Docfest and The Barbican.

Victoria is available for presentations exploring the following areas:

– Interactive storytelling and audience engagement in multi platform production.
– Archiving the Self : How can we collect, curate and share stories from our digital past?
– Smartphone production and producing online video with impact.

Recent talks


Modern Tales – May 2017

Victoria was a guest speaker at Modern Tales Different Formats and Platforms. She delivered a one hour keynote exploring how storytelling and audience engagement have recently evolved in multi platform production.

Modern Tales, ‘Provides professional development courses for BAME, women and emerging filmmakers. Modern Tales explores innovative creative story development and promotes effective audience engagement strategies that give diverse filmmakers crucial competitive edge’


One hour Keynote – Data Recovery – Mobiles and their role in story-telling, memory and emotion

Inside Out Festival – Somerset House – London – 24 Mar 2017

The Inside Out Festival connects Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries, curated and produced by TCCE (The Culture Capital Exchange) in association with Times Higher Education

Moose on the Loose – Relatives Film Festival – LCC- March 2017

Victoria was invited to screen 160 Characters and be part of a panel discussing representations of family in documentary.

This one-day festival, part of Moose on the Loose Film Festival explored ways in which documentary filmmakers have investigated the idea of ‘relatives’. Curated by Dr Pratap Rughani and students at London College of Communication.

Relatives: Film Festival

The Story

Victoria was invited to deliver a 30 minute presentation exploring smartphone production and producing online short form content with impact – Feb 2017.

The Story is a one-day conference about stories and story-telling. The Story is curated by Matt Locke, former Head of Cross Platform Production at Channel 4 and Director of Storythings, a content studio who specialise in creating ‘all kinds of stories for all kinds of audiences’.