Victoria Browne is an artist and professional print tutor with an MA in multidisciplinary printmaking from the Centre of Fine Print Research in Bristol. Her practice draws on public special collections to appropriate material research, and applies traditional and innovative print techniques to develop a visual language for site specific installations. As the founder of KALEID editions her practice extends to artists’ books in addition to curating and representing European based artists’ who do books. She is a visiting lecturer in the UK and Norway, and facilitates printmaking and digital media workshops in London. Browne’s work is held in public collections at Tate, V&A Museum, Bristol City Museum and Bergen Council. In 2011 she received the Birgit Skiöld Memorial Trust Award.