In addition to her writing and performing work, Tracey is also a passionate advocate of self-acceptance and inclusion. She advocates for many areas such as neuro-diversity, mental health awareness, ethical non-monogamy, body positivity, and sex positivity.
In 2021, she launched her own wellbeing media company, Break That Mould, which has a mission to help people on their journey toward true self-acceptance and compassion.
She writes, produces, and hosts the Break That Mould podcast, which aims to open minds, start conversations, and challenge the unnecessary expectations we place on ourselves.
Find out more on the Break That Mould website.
Tracey has a long history of creating music, including studying music production at university and interning at a Welsh recording studio in her teenage years. She has played with several bands including the Half Moon All Stars and Sam Twigg & the Sometimes Band, worked as a musical theatre composer, and wrote and co-produced the Butterflies and Brawls EP which was released in 2007.
Read about Tracey’s music journey in Rolling On
Tracey trained as a professional actor at The Rep College Drama School in 2011, and has been working in TV, film, and international theatre ever since.
Screen credits include Nurses Who Kill, Made in Chelsea, The Royals, Etiquette, and feature film Dawning of the Dead.
Theatre credits include Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire (Oxford Playhouse), Ginny in Relatively Speaking (Stockholm’s Maxim Theatr), Mary in Pickwick Papers (UK tour), Prince Charming in Cinderella (South England tour), Tess in Blue Stockings (Oxford Old Firestation), and Helene in Festen (Oxford Mathematical Institute).
Tracey studied at the British College of Journalism and specialises in video scripts, features, and opinion pieces. She writes across blogs, magazines, news, children’s fiction, poetry, and web content.
Her first children’s book is due for publication later in 2021.
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