Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Victoria began dancing at the young age of 5, and is a graduate from the Ontario School of Ballet and Related Arts. Victoria has extensive training in all dance genres with advanced training in Contemporary and Acro. Victoria has also been trained in classical ballet under RAD achieving distinction on her advanced 1 examination, as well as having training under the ADAPT syllabus in jazz and tap. At the age of 11, Victoria began competing all over North America being recognized for winning numerous overalls and special awards, and continued to do so until her graduating years.
Victoria is currently in the process of completing an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Therapeutic Recreation degree at the University of Waterloo, while growing as a professional dancer, teacher, and continuing to advance her dance skills by taking classes and workshops whenever she can. Victoria is currently taking on an executive role on the University of Waterloo varsity dance team where she has been acknowledged for her outstanding choreography and leadership. Her team has won ample top overalls, including the top scoring routine of the varsity competitive season, and was awarded the second overall top school in Canada.
Victoria spent a contract with Kalos Collectives, a contemporary training program based out Toronto, under the direction of Jessica Ford. Through this company, she was given the opportunity to train with upcoming artists and choreographers such as; Sebastian Mersch, Alysa Pires, Kylie Thompson, and Alvin Collantes. Apart from studying under her studio teachers growing up, Victoria also trained with some outstanding professionals such as; Leon Blackwood, Amanda Cleghorn, Caroline Torti, Ryan foley, David Cox, and Evelyn Hart.
Victorias’ passion for dance has always shown in the studio and on stage, and she can’t wait to share that passion and inspire the next generation of dancers!