Victor was born in Buenos Aires, breathed and ate his way through childhood in Salta, Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Barcelona, matured and graduated in Christchurch, erred and sinned and continue to age and wise up in Sydney. It was through an existential crisis that Victor found his way to the guitar, la señorita, and realised how he could account for endless hours of ignoring the housework with a song. Victor feels he is one amongst a myriad others, a lackey amid a litany of lyricists, but this is not true - he is a unique songwriter and a beautiful guitarist his match can not be found among the plethora of Australian musicians. His stories unrepentantly weave the landscape of South America into the mind of the listener. Despite Victor's lyrics predominantly in Spanish, his potent emotional performances leave the audience in no doubt of the message of his songs. Victor feels the cordial relief of knowing that throughout one's doings and un-doings, travels and entrenchments, festive and marish nights, the elements of these experiences can be brought together and fused, blended, kneaded, and processed into something that feels unique the moment it is released. Victor releases these as soaring songs that cut into the heart. Victor's music takes it's roots from the Andes, Las Pampas, the Tropics, with a dash of childhood influence from his son and a little bit of andalucian duende.