Spence, Tracie

Tracie loves artistic expression with the nature of anything organic ~ and she could play all day.

A nationally award winning photographer, she is inspired and forever fascinated by light, energy, movement, lines, and emotions and the perceptions we have of them. Formerly a dancer and psychotherapist, Tracie is called to create works that move her with their truths in their very own state of energy and rawness.

Tracie donates her time, earnings, and talents to numerous organizations and charities locally and internationally. She visits orphanages in Mexico, volunteers for Eddie Nash Foster Foundation, photographs for the Heart Foundation for orphanage placement, and crisis counseling for domestic violence victims to name just a few. She also donates signed limited editions auctioned for several local organizations throughout Orange County each year.

“Photographing the wild mustangs has always been a dream for me. I have always been drawn to their organic and wild nature, their energy, and their innate passion which moves my soul. We have so much to learn from them. Their story and current inhumane treatment takes my breath away. We must all do our part in preserving and helping these amazing animals – we owe it to them and our children and future generations.”


Fine Photography



Tracie Spence is bringing Ghost Trees Exhibition to Creighton Block Gallery.  December 15th to January 29th, 2018, ARTIST RECEPTION December 29th, 5 to 7 pm. The Gallery is located at 88 Ousel Falls Road, Big Sky, MT.