Veronica began her writing career as a film critic for such publications as IF Magazine, Cinema Papers and Ninemsn, going on to become the youngest participant in the Rotterdam Film Critics Program. Her anthology plays 360 Positions In a One Night Stand, Words and Pictures and All This Beautiful Life were produced for Sydney Festival, Griffin Theatre Company and The Production Company’s Australia Project in NYC respectively.
Veronica stopped writing for more than a decade. During that time she was a creative executive for Icon Films, Screen Australia and Madman, working on the development of a diverse range of Australian films including BAFTA-winning Lion, cult hit The Babadook, The Dressmaker, The Sapphires and many more. Veronica returned to writing a few years ago, sharing credits on Florian Habicht documentary Spookers and Jackie Van Beek comedy Nude Tuesday. She has since created television drama Sixteen with the support of the BBC and Duck Soup Films and Deep Field for Good Thing Productions.
She is developing original television projects with UK companies Bonafide Films and Pilot Pictures, and adapting Claire North’s The Sudden Appearance of Hope for Three Tables. She is currently working on a feature film version of Heather Rose’s Stella prize-winning The Museum of Modern Love. Leticia Cáceres will helm Veronica’s adaptation of Anne Deveson’s Tell Me I’m Here for Belvoir Street Theatre in 2022.