tracy is a multidisciplinary artist who works across platforms in art, photography, and film. Her practice is a research-based, project to project approach that embraces analog techniques often inspired by special effects from early cinema, science, nature, and dance. She frequently uses a black ground to create images that play with light and aim to redefine 'darkness' as something transcendent and connected to nature. She worked as Creative Director for the band Arcade Fire, creating album artwork, music videos and live experiential content for the albums Funeral and Neon Bible, including the acclaimed interactive music video for the song Black Mirror . She won a Juno Award for Best Director of the Year for the artwork and design of Neon Bible. She was recently in residence at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal with choreographer and live artist dana michel, creating a public film lab called Jams Do Jams as part of the Françoise Sullivan Exhibition. Her most recent project, Preservation is a collaboration with drummer/composer Tommy Crane that immerses the viewer in the mysteries of the natural world. The project is an audiovisual live performance with a record, and an artists’ book that will be released in Fall of 2019.