"Over the last twenty years as a film editor in the Bay Area I’ve had the honor of working with a great number of directors, including Oscar winning and Emmy Award winning filmmakers. I’m proud to say I’ve had the pleasure of working with Tracey Quezada. Tracey’s ability to fold her life experience and desire for social justice into a project gives her a storytelling edge that is unique and powerful. Beyond telling compelling stories in an engaging way Tracey uses story to drive change. She has great tenacity, courage and conviction. It’s inspiring to me as a storyteller to work with such a fearless director. I’m confident that any project Tracey embraces will have great impact."
"Tracey's commitment and tenacity are impressive as is her ability to navigate difficult subject matter in marginalized communities. She is resourceful, compassionate, patient, and a creative problem solver with a passion for social justice. Tracey is a natural journalist with the rare ability to write her narratives in pictures and sounds, utilizing the full power of the cinema to capture her audiences attention as she highlights the devastating trauma of victims of child sexual abuse, immigration, racism and those struggling to survive on the fringes of society. Her mission is clear, her voice is strong and her message will be heard as a champion of justice."
Creative Director / Producer / DP
"Tracey has a deep understanding of the power of video storytelling and visual communication and is herself a seasoned storyteller and journalist. She knows how to set people at ease in front of the camera and get them to open up, providing an atmosphere where people can talk about their work in a meaningful and authentic way. Technically, Tracey's products are of the highest professional caliber, and in a world saturated with mediocre videos, the details of high-quality sound, cinematography, and editing makes a huge difference. "
Othering and Belonging Institute
“I had the honor to work with Tracey Quezada Productions on a video project for the Heal the Street fellowship project. Our project included creating a video that encompassed the intensity of work that the Heal the Streets participants created during their fellowship year.Within a tight pre-production schedule the two of us were able to create something beautiful and impactful. This inspirational piece is being used for events, our fundraising efforts and orientations. I’d recommend Tracey to work on any project she felt her skills would be beneficial. I look forward to the opportunity to work with her in the future."
Crystallee R. Crain, Project Coordinator
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
“When I first met Tracey I was immediately inspired by her enthusiasm, leadership, community organizing, media arts advocacy and fierce commitment to raising awareness about human rights issues. Tracey develops and produces media that matters and is dedicated to promoting awareness and facilitating dialogue around issues that impact women and children and that promote health and healing. Tracey is extremely reliable, knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with.”
Scarlett Shepard Founder/Executive Director
Women's Film Institute
"I just watched the work in progress of You and Me and the Fruit Trees. I was deeply touched by the people in it and what they are saying. One of the things I liked about it was how "every day" and real everyone felt in the film, moving about their days, simply telling the truth of their lives and the trauma of their past brought on by sexual abuse."
Marriage and Family Therapist
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