Tracey is a writer, actor, and musician working across theatre, TV, music, journalism, and creative writing in the UK.

Tracey studied at the British College of Journalism and writes across blogs, features, children’s fiction, and poetry. She has also worked as a writer and editor with world renowned-organisations such as Oxford University Press. You can read examples of her articles here or go to her blog.

Since training at The Rep College Drama School, Tracey has been working professionally both nationally and internationally since 2011. Screen credits include Nurses Who Kill, Made in Chelsea, The Royals, 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), and Mary in Pickwick Papers (UK tour). You can find her Spotlight page here.

Writing and producing music has been a passion since childhood. Tracey learned the ropes as an intern at Hot Town Studios in Swansea, before doing a BSc in music production at the University of Wales Trinity St David. 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.