Tracey Ayton is a Vancouver-based interior, food, and lifestyle photographer of over 25 years. She received her photography degree from Langara college and went on to shoot weddings and portraits. Twelve years later, Tracey’s attention turned toward her lifelong passion for interiors and lifestyle photography, and soon became one of the most sought after interior photographers in Vancouver.
Along the journey, Tracey discovered her love for the art of styling. Today, she holds styling workshops throughout the year in her own home to inspire others to find their “creative eye”. She is also the founder of her newly launched lifestyle brand “Tracey Ayton Home”, an online shop highlighting small-batch, handmade home goods, inspired by seaside living.
Her photography can be found in national, international magazines and online articles including Martha Stewart, Domain Home, Rue, Kinfolk, Canadian House and Home, Style At Home, and the Globe and Mail. Her work is also featured in ” Vancouver Vanishes” by Caroline Adderson and will soon be featured in Beka Shane Denter’s new book, “Bloom” Tracey is a fourth-generation Vancouverite and much of her inspiration is drawn from the beach just steps from her home, where she lives with her husband and their dog Vinny.
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