Victoria’s early years were spent reading and playing piano at the back of the family shop. The only other form of entertainment was a black and white TV which broke when she turned 7 and was never replaced, so books and piano were interchanged with school and dutiful daughter obligations, such as serving customers or rolling out dumpling pastry. One could surmise that with such an upbringing, Victoria would certainly grow up a little odd and of course, she did. On the music front, she was signed to Sony Music in dance band, Culture Shock, performed in Sydney's production of Miss Saigon as a Vietnamese prostitute, then became one half of songwriting/producing team with husband, Paul Wiltshire (Backstreet Boys, Australian Idol). Now VP of Creative at Songtradr and loving it.