TRACEY FEARNEHOUGH

With a background in photography and theatre Tracey found her place behind a moving image camera inspired by real people and their quiet personal stories. As a former documentary programmer at the Edinburgh International film festival she was changed by the work she saw and went back to do a masters at Edinburgh College of art in film directing to make them herself. She cut her teeth making shorts and working on projects for BBC, STV and other independents. She is a member of Room 8 Studio collective– making work for and with broadcasters, communities, INTO Film, British Film Academy, Digital Commonwealth.

 

She currently lives by the sea, embracing genuinely trans disciplinary projects working with 4 year olds to 92 year olds – using film, audio-visual, performative and the interactive but with the analogue, the experiential the personal always at the heart of it all.