Tracey has been involved in Travel Photography for many years and operate a professional photography business. Her love of photography started with a SLR Canon AE1 camera which accompanied her on my many overseas trips, experiencing and capturing the history, culture, magnificent colour and beauty of nature’s landscapes, the generosity of local people and amazing wildlife.
She experienced her first sunset and sunrise aboard a fluka, sailing down the Nile River in Egypt, to the pure, vast, endless frozen lands of Norway, historic buildings and the picturesque countryside of Europe, the warm turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and Greek Islands, the forgotten civilisation of the Incas of South America, to the wild and vast continent of Africa and all its special secrets, modern America, India and Himalayan foothills, the sensual beauty of Canada and its spiritual Indian people, and the snow and ice of the Arctic,Australia - the unique wildlife, dreamtime Aboriginal people, “The Top End” of Kakadu, to “The Red Centre” of Uluru, South Australia, Kangaroo Island & Tasmania and down into the Southern Ocean, the frozen and most remote place on Earth is Antarctica at the end of the world, Central South America, North America's wilderness of Alaska,Indonesia - Orang-utans in forests of Borneo and Komodo Dragons on Rinca & Komodo Islands and not least my own beautiful country of New Zealand that occupies a special place in my heart.
A keen traveller and tramper, always looking for adventure, has led to many opportunities for overseas trips and assignments.
My specialty is the popular and spectacular Wildlife and Nature pictures, capturing a glimpse of this beautiful planet we all share.
*"BORNWILD" Arctic to Antarctica is an in the field photographic and research account on numbers of wildlife and endangered species.
Protecting wildlife species is about more than numbers. Many declining wildlife populations need to increase their numbers to survive, but equally important, they need an intact habitat where they can thrive without the growing pressures from human populations. Today wildlife does not exist in isolation , most wildlife populations live outside of protected areas, where they live alongside humans. Effective wildlife conservation means recognizing this complex human-wildlife dynamic and implementing programs to address the needs of both humans and animals.
- Photographic Society of New Zealand PSNZ - Auckland Photographic Society. APS - Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society of NZ
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