Victoria Gour-Votor is a multimedia artist with a vast array of knowledge and over 13 years’ experience within the media industry. At an early age, her natural ability for visual communication was discovered. This ignited her passion to conceptualize impressive ideas and create captivating content that influenced and provoked positive changes. As a video editor apprentice, her first success at the age of 18, came when, “The Circle of Life” documentary, won the Pan American Health Organization award in 2008.
As the Managing Director of Inomedia Productions, her expertise includes production and postproduction of visual content, specifically in graphic design, motion graphics, and video editing.
She has assisted many local companies with branding, rebranding, marketing campaigns, and digital media. Her eye for creating stunning visuals has led her to work with numerous reputable film and television producers and organizations throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
During her career, she produced short features, docuseries, and online series with a special interest in projects that highlight social issues. A notable achievement was when she produced the short film titled, “The Good Mother”, as part of the Ministry of Community Development Culture and the Arts mentoring programme, which went on to be featured in Trinidad and Tobago Carifesta XIV, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) World Festival of Emerging Cinema, and television premiered on local TV station TTT.
She continually strives to redefine the boundaries of corporate social responsibility through education, and elevation through entertainment.