During her training, Viki had the opportunity to dance professionally. This embedded her passion to pursue dance as a career, not just a hobby.
Upon leaving her university studies, Viki went straight on to be a Redcoat at Butlins. Whilst working as a Redcoat she was given the opportunity to perform as a dancer in the Redcoat shows. Viki left her dazzling Redcoat career for a slightly more down to earth occupation. She began her training to become a special needs teaching assistant which she still is today.
When she returned, she joined a friend teaching street dance and ballet to children within the local community. Together they ran a grant funded dance group for 5 years. In her spare time she joined a local amateur dramatics society. She performed in two musicals a year with the group and occasionally choreographed dance scenes and numbers. She did this for 4 years.
Leading up to and after having her first child, Viki continues to dance for the love of it; because it is her passion. Viki says " I am very excited to be working with the children and young people of StageScreen. Their enthusiasm can not be faulted. I could not be happier in joining such a talented team of professionals."