Trained as a journalist, she began her career in Washington, D.C. working in community video and making independent documentaries for PBS. After a move to the West coast and a stint at the American Film Institute, She took on reporting assignments in Kenya and Nicaragua for the UN. With The Disney Channel and The National Audubon Society, She produced This Island Earth, which broke new ground by combining Kenny Loggins’ music and storytelling with Audubon nature footage to demonstrate the links between human health and endangered species, garnering three national Emmy Awards, one for her as the writer. On the way out of L.A., She spent six months in Wyoming where she made Wolf Nation, the story of the reintroduction of the Gray Wolf to Yellowstone National Park told from the point of view of The Arapaho Wolf Society.(* Taken from her website and adjusted for POV.)
Our Spotlight today shines on the lovely Victoria Costello, Author. A very talented writer with a good bit of worldly experience. We asked her what she does when Writer’s block hits, she responded that she waits it out. Currently she lives in the San Francisco Bay area, with two female cats, and hopes to someday be able to travel again.
Her list of accomplishments are something to be proud of, with quite the list of publications under her belt. We are so pleased to invite you to turn your gaze to her catalog and send her the love.