She graduated in Arts and Social Context from Dartington College of Art in 1991. The course concentrated on taking art out of the gallery setting and to a wider audience.
Under the heading 'Wild at Art' she has spent the last five years running mural projects and other art workshops for schools, youth groups and charity organisations.
Tracey is passionate about nature and doing whatever she can to protect it. Tracey often does voluntary practical conservation work, but is happiest when using her art skills for conservation education. Her ethos is 'Art can be a very useful tool to enthuse young people about a subject, and education of the next generation is our only hope for preserving our natural heritage'.
Tracey says that she is very happy to be working on the Natural History of the Firth mural and looks forward to investigating the wildlife of the area with a group of Invergordon youngsters.