Virginia is a London based creative producer and filmmaker with extensive experience in non-profit and arts administration. Virginia founded Defiance Docs to support fearless character-driven nonfiction storytelling in addition to the advocacy engine Not1More in response to elevated risks facing activists worldwide. Recently recruited as Artistic Director of the Bloomsbury Art Fair, she will work to develop a new arts organisation and annual event focused on site-specific performative arts. In addition to working on award winning documentary films such as The Square and Rafea: Solar Mama with director Jehane Noujaim, Virginia has recently executive produced the films I Am Chut Wutty by Fran Lambrick and The Occupiers, by Chloe Ruthven. She supported a number of TEDPrize projects, including the global participatory art project Inside Out for TEDPrize winner JR, the global broadcast of Pangea Day, and war photographer James Nachtwey's campaign against extreme drug resistant tuberculosis. She line produced the critically acclaimed fiction feature Go Down Death, and began her career at Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn, collaborating with artists in residence to produce large-scale video art installations as well as numerous short films and plays, events, and performances.