Tracey has extensive experience running participatory photography projects with diverse groups including: children/young adults with learning and behavioural difficulties, excluded pupils, LGBT organisations, pupils at mainstream and SEN schools, refugees, socially isolated women, survivors of genocide, torture, trafficking and rape, senior citizens, vulnerable women, young/adult carers and teenage parents.
Workshops are tailored to suit the needs of the group; imparting technical skills and developing participants critical understanding of contemporary photography.
Create’s multi-arts project provides Swindon young carers with a creative outlet.
BanglaHop! Youth Dance Company Photography Exhibition.
Pride and confidence: photography workshops empower young LGBT people.
Create exhibition at KPMG, Canary Wharf.
Green Candle Dance Company
Helen Bamber Foundation
Paintings in Hospitals
“All students were encouraged to express and contribute their views and opinions to the group. They didn’t seem to have any anxiety around this which is a testament to Tracey.”
“I think the photography really helped the participants’ creative thinking; there was lots of free reign to be creative.”
“They learnt a great deal from her, many different functions, using the camera as well as different techniques.”
“Tracey’s pleasant, easy going personality combined with her professional knowledge and experience in many related fields makes the whole experience of the week immensely enjoyable.”
“Tracey has been inspiring and supportive. She has provided lots of encouragement and patience. She has been very empowering.”
“I was made to feel comfortable and relaxed.”
“I got to express my love for photography and also use more imagination.”
“I am more creative now.”
“Tracey taught me lots.”
“She was warm, kind and knew a lot about photography.”
“I learned from her experise and will use cameras with extra knowedge in future.”
“Tracey has been outstanding.”
“She was very nice and explained ideas really well.”
“She made it really easy for me to understand.”