Tracey Clark is a photographer, writer, mother, collaborator, and founder of the online photography collective Shutter Sisters.
She is the author of four books, including her most recent, Elevate the Everyday: A Photographic Guide to Picturing Motherhood. Tracey writes for Babble.com, teaches at Big Picture Classes, advocates for Shot@Life, and is raising both a teen and a tween—which makes for a pretty awesome balance of everything she's passionate about.
She lives in sunny Southern California with her family and their two adorable dogs.
"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."
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TRACEY ANSWERS THE FIVE W's
Who are you?
Light stalker and seeker of beauty in even the most ordinary things.
What do you believe with all of your heart?
That perspective—and love—changes everything.
When did you know that this was your path?
I didn't know it would be photography exactly, but in college, I knew I would live a creative life and have a creative career somehow, some way.
Where do you go to be inspired?
Why are you here at BPC?
To encourage and inspire people to see their lives in a whole new light and to use their cameras as a tool to do it.
How do you do everything you do?
I really try to do it with love. It's a daily practice.