Victor's smile and understanding manner instantly put people at ease when making a portrait. He was persuasive without making the subject realise that he or she was being effortlessly manipulated into the pose the camera required. His gallery of portraits of poets, artists and authors for the literary magazine Bhashaposhini is a tribute to this unfailing ability to strike a chord with his subject. After an extended stint in Kottayam, Victor began to chafe at the confines of news photography and the monotony of covering local events. The best of his later work in his nature photography, particularly the thought-provoking shots of the ravaged environment and man's destructive greed. His 'rain book' became an obsession with Victor. He travelled to Kanyakumari and Kovalam and the Shankhumukham seashore of Thiruvananthapuram, waiting for days on end to capture the onset of the monsoon.
Unfortunately, the talented and passionate photographer dies in the year 2002 while taking pictures of landslides in Kerela. Then he was working as Chief Photo Editor with a Malayalam Newspaper. George was reported missing from the landslide spot of venniyani in the idukki district. According to his colleagues, he was last seen clicking the devastation caused by the landslide. A second landlside took place precisely at this moment and he was not seen afterwards.