An intuitive with a sharp lens for the fantastical, Tracy believes good cannot exist without bad for comparison. Her wonder for the why and how in life is what she strives to share. Building stories where fantasy meets reality; where dystopian, or ulterior worlds can bring the simple in us all, to greatness.
After many years living in Alberta, Tracy has returned to her home province and the city she loves, Halifax Nova Scotia. Within this rich-artistic community, she came to find direction to bring creativity more into her life. After classes with WFNS and acting in a friend’s short film, Tracy decided to combine her enjoyment of writing and acting with screenwriting. And in that, she has found her true passion.
Currently growing her voice as a writer with Toronto Film School online, Tracy feels passionate about her work on a feature-length fantasy of an epic battle for humans’ existence that plays out among the beautiful landscapes of eastern Canada. Another project she has sunk her highly imaginative mind into is a sitcom that comically showcases the shift of our world from the fast growth of technology and the arrival of political correctness in the 90s.
As a member of the Atlantic Film Cooperative, Tracy is currently editing her first short film as participation in the Film One program. She had been awarded a position in their program Write Small, where peers along with a mentor have roundtable conversations as they wrote and polished micro feature screenplays. By training for the position of Script Supervisor, Tracy has enjoyed the resent film-sets she had the pleasure to work on, honing in on her extreme attention for detail and observation.
Continuing to learn and "geek-out" on all things filmmaking, Tracy hopes to carve a spot for herself in a one-hour series Writers' Room while also writing and directing films of her own: To share the joy of wonder while cultivating others’ self-confidence through thought-provoking entertainment with strength in image creation and empathy.
Toronto Film School