Victoria Doramus is one of the few individuals who have the persistence and patience to endure through the challenges in the corporate world and emerge as winners in the long run. If you asked Victoria Doramus about her career life and the ups and downs, she would tell you several careers each accompanied by a million challenges. Her experience as a market trend analyst has opened doors for her in the corporate world. Apart from being a personal assistant to the filmmaker and producer, Peter Borg, she is also having a very long history in the media, where she has worked with Creative Arts Agency, Trendera, mindshare, and Stila Cosmetics.
But you ever imagine that the life of Art Direction & Trend Consultant Victoria Doramus is all about parties with cocktails and delivering speeches from parties to parties of companies celebrating their success around the globe; then you are very wrong on speculating. After a long battle with alcohol and drug addiction, she managed to put all that behind her and overcame her long life struggles. Although the process was long and tedious, she managed to handle it, and now she is stronger and never ready to hit rock bottom in her life again.
Brief History and Work experience
After attending the University of Colorado-Boulder for her undergraduate where she specialized in Journalism and Mass Communication, her interests have always revolved around art and history. In line with her interests, in 2102, she took an entire semester at the Western world exploring history and development from contemporary art to the ancient Greek.
Now she is a digital and print media professional with a creative mind. She has a productive work life with so many clients happy and satisfied clients that she has worked with. Her first job at Mindshare, where she planned for the media before becoming a cosmetics consultant. Then she went to creative Agency with her duty being organizing professional and personal scheduling. Then later in her life, she became the West Coast director of Trendera. All the challenges and difficulties that she faced on her way up had prepared her for the job.