Working in her mother's bridal store while growing up gave Traci an appreciation for the art of dressing. After graduation from Boston University with a fine arts degree that included a year at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England, Traci moved to New York City where she worked as an in house stylist for Macy's at Herald Square. Coming from a background in theatre, fashion and worldwide travel there was a lot to inspire her creative eye as a stylist. Her years of wardrobe experience began with ironing wardrobe for photo shoots in the streets of New York and shooting with some of the greatest fashion photographic talents around, including Albert Watson, Walter Chinn and Arthor Elgort for the New York Times Sunday Edition Advertising Section.

Employed by Spiegel Catalogues as a stylist for their many location shoots, Traci became an intuitive stylist, a quick thinker and an efficient problem solver, with an eye for detail.
Relocating to Los Angeles, Traci obtained an agent and expanded her variety of work to include costume design for commercials, films, videos, documentaries and infomercials as well as becoming a personal shopper for those in and associated with the entertainment business. Her wide range of work ranges from the covers of Playboy magazine, to billboards in Spain and celebrity styling for both public and private dress.
Clients like Budweiser, Wal-Mart and the producers of Desperate Housewives are only a part of the diversity of clients that Traci has dressed.

Traci brings a high caliber of professionalism, insightful views and laughter to the set. She is comfortable with both period and contemporary garments.
She thrives on the creative challenges of her work. Traci is available for work worldwide.