6′ Canada 2019
A 360 documentary film exploring the past experiences of Chief English along with the first time journey of Strong White Buffalo Woman as she walks the footsteps of her ancestors on the pathway to the village of the souls, located in The Blue Mountains Canada.
Started working as a commercial film director for clients such as HP, after graduating from Laurentian University with a Business Degree in Marketing in 2014. As a documentary filmmaker, she has written and directed several films including KING FOR A DAY, a recipient of Ontario Arts Council funding and the award-winning doc SNOW PEOPLE, featuring 75 interviews in 75 minutes. Tracey is currently developing her first narrative feature, LABOUR DAY. Tracey is also a voting member of the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television.