Tracey Clark spends her days (and nights) juggling an all-encompassing career as a photographer/writer/blogger/teacher with the precarious art of raising both a spirited grade-schooler and a tireless teen with her husband in sunny So Cal. Although she’s got 20 years of professional photography under her belt she considers herself an Everyday Photographer, not only because she shoots every day but because her favorite subject matter is often found in the everyday-ordinary.
Tracey is the founder of the collaborative photo blog Shutter Sisters, where women with a passion for photography are celebrated. And co-founder of Our Collective where Shutter Sisters and Camera Men shoot and share essays and images together. She teaches a number of creative photography classes at Big Picture Classes, co-authors the column Point of Focus at DP Mag, writes at Babble Voices’ Reframed, is a champion for the UNF’s Shot@Life campaign, and is the eldest of the three Disney Sisters.
She is the author of Waiting for Baby, Baby of Mine and is co-author of Expressive Photography: a Shutter Sisters Guide to Shooing From the Heart.
Her most recent title Elevate the Everyday: A Photographic Guide to Picturing Motherhood, is getting rave reviews and is available at your local book sellers.
One of Tracey’s creative goals is to work with HGTV on at least one of her MANY ideas.
If you want to know what’s in Tracey’s camera bag, check out her modest gear list.
Photo above courtesy of the lovely and talented Sarah-Ji.