Victoria Celestine picked up the guitar at age 13 with Bobby Flores, at his Bulverde Academy of Music, and began writing songs the following summer (2010). Gordon Raphael, (producer - Regina Spektor, the Strokes) caught her singing during the next Christmas holidays , and invited her to record her first 7 songs acoustically. The following April, she recorded her debut album at 14, "From the Outside", with Jacob Sciba, at Pedernales Studios, in Austin, TX. She received "Best Female Teen Artist of the Year", from Indie Music Channel at the House of Blues in Hollywood, and then received 2nd place (teen category) from the International Songwriting Competition for the song "In The World", as well as Honorable Mention for the song "From the Outside" (performance category). April 2012, Victoria co-wrote and recorded 3 singles with Jeff Blue and Mike Gonsolin in Hollywood ("The Story of Us", "Mother", and "It Only Gets Better"). Her first music video (of the song "In the World"), has been distributed by Pulse Records to 8000 retailers, (including Sam's Club). The same song caught the attention of Video Star, who featured it on their popular app for iphone/ipad in Jan.2013 which propped her #42 on USA iTunes Music chart. She received again the 2nd place (teen category) prize from the ISC 2012 with the song Drift Away. Having turned 17, Victoria completed a new full length album which is expected to be released this year; besides performing regularly in local venues, she has been hired as well in several projects as a studio vocalist.