Tracey is an experienced director, producer, researcher and story consultant. She has produced and directed both documentary film, educational and promotional videos for non-profit, individual clients and PSA's. From 2004-2005 she worked at KUFW, a radio station founded by civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. She covered stories about under served communities in the central valley. Topics included immigration rights, and working conditions. From 2009-2010 she worked as a field production coordinator for Berkeley Community Media, she researched, developed content, coordinated logistics of filming and assigned crew members.In 2010 she was contracted by A.O.L to produce and edit a promotional video highlighting Patch. Patch is a hyperlocal news resource featuring community news. In 2011 she was contracted by Community Bridge Video to supervise and film a series of video clips that served as research data. She coordinated logistics of filming, generated questions and interviewed subjects.
The current film she is producing and directing, You and Me and the Fruit Trees, a documentary that interweaves compelling stories of child sexual abuse (CSA) and the people in the movement to end CSA is a perfect example of her skill set in documentary film, outreach and fundraising. She hired crew, developed story & character from initial concept and coordinated logistics of filming. She created dialogue offline and online by successfully employing several social networking sites to promote the film. She received funding from four foundations to be used towards production of the film.
Name: Tracey Quezada
Lives in: San Francisco, California
Occupation: Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Producer and Script Consultant