The creative industry, just like any other sector, is flocked with a myriad of challenges that all professionals worth their salt must overcome to become successful. This was the case with Victoria Doramus , who entered the media and entertainment industry immediately after completing her degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of Colorado. From an early age, Victoria Doramus showed a strong interest in arts and history and her career was the culmination of her passion.
Genesis of Victoria’s career
What would become a glamorous career, started when Victoria landed her first job at Mindshare where she worked as a media planner assistant. This job required her work hand in glove with clients to come up with branded and personalized content as well as negotiate contracts with media vendors. This put her in a catbird seat; where she was able build cordial working relationships with various media executives.
Following her ambition to learn more and do more, Victoria Doramus would switch to Stila Cosmetics where she worked as the creative consultant. This is a job that really exposed her creativity as she had more freedom to express her thoughts and ideas with more experienced art directors.
Further engagements and experience
A few years later in 2007, Victoria decided to change camps and moved to work with the Creative Artists Agency as a group coordinator. During her three –year stay with the Agency, Doramus would handle all the correspondents of the Agency spread across the world besides reviewing market reports and maintaining communication with their clients. She also engaged her creative side and wrote several articles for notable publications such as The Cassandra Report and Trend Central.
Always on the move for better things, Victoria Doramus would move to Trendera where she was tasked with building marketing campaigns, product development, acquisition of new businesses, supervising contract workers.
More about Victoria Doramus
She has assisted in the writing of many books such as What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide and The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky Situations both by Harper Collins , and Decades: A Century of Fashion published by Bloomsburry. Victoria has also written for USA Today, Cosmopolitan, and The Huffington Post.