Hello, I'm Tracey-Lee, a highly experienced, creative, earth loving senior graphic designer, illustrator and all-round creative, working across multiple mediums and media. I'm passionate about delivering high quality, creative, ideas, artworks and designs, taking on projects from concept to completion.
I have experience working on campaigns and projects for grassroots initiatives, charities, corporate social responsibility projects, commercial ventures and the arts/museum sector, as a graphic designer, artist, artist-maker, illustrator, campaign manager and creative producer, appealing to a broad range of audiences.
I received a bursary to attend the Arts Marketing Association Digital Marketing Day at the British Museum in 2022. I also completed a Permaculture Design Course with Finca Tierra, and have a PDC certification.
I helped produce an Augmented Reality project called Colliding Forces for Lakeland Arts in 2021-2.
In 2013, I began a 3-year apprenticeship with a Master Basket Weaver in Ecuador, and in 2014 participated alongside my teacher, in two exhibitions for CIDAP (The Inter-American Centre for Crafts and Popular Arts). I also participated in 2 group exhibitions in Ecuador curated by Xavier Blum and Patricia Rodriguez Umanante.
In 2011, I attended an International Artist Residency in Oaxaca, Mexico hosted by Arquetopia, with a focus on textiles.
In 2009, I participated in a group exhibition in Cape Town, called S.I.X. Skulls, held at CTICC, and curated by International Tattoo Artist, Manuela Gray.
In 2007, I won a Bronze Epica Award for publication design on the magazine one small seed (for issues 1 through 9), a magazine I co-created with Editor-in-Chief, Giuseppe Russo, and also wrote several articles for.
When not on my computer, I love spending time in nature, meditating, writing poetry, learning new things and travelling all of which nourish me to be a happier, healthier human being.