Born 1970 in Lae, Papua New Guinea, a descendant of the Ramoinya people. Since he graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 1988 with an Associate Diploma in the Arts, majoring in dance, Victor has performed with Australian Dance Theatre, Chunky Move, Leigh Warren & Dancers, Meryl Tankard's Australian Dance Theatre, the Chrissie Parrott Dance Collective and Queensland Ballet. Career highlights from these years include dancing in William Forsythe's Enemy in The Figure - a joint choreographic fellowship with Delia Silvan at the Choreographic Centre in Canberra - and his cultural experiences with Indigenous communities in Australia and overseas with his clan from the Duke of York Islands in Papua New Guinea.
In 1997, Victor joined Bangarra Dance Theatre, performing in Fish, Dance Clan, Rites and the Dreaming. While his experiences with other companies have been technically-driven and theatrically-driven, he sees his experiences at Bangarra as spiritually-driven. Being a mature Dancer and consciously expanding his cultural knowledge, Victor values the spirituality of Bangarra and being with like-minded people.
Victor appeared in the Opening & Closing Ceremonies of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, as well as Tubowgule, the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Arts Festival. Victor also performed in the award-winning Bangarra production Skin, Corroboree, Walkabout, and Clan.