Artist and Filmmaker Tracy Satchwill is known for her playful storytelling. She creates artwork that is evocative, imaginative, entertaining and accessible, using vibrant colours, tactile textures mixed with heritage and contemporary imagery.



6th - 17th November 2019

Norwich Film Festival

6pm - 7.30pm

The Forum, Norwich

Event Details

6th - 17th November 2019

Norwich Film Festival

Water Marks, a heritage film about Wells-next-the-sea, based in North Norfolk, will be screening on 13th November at this year's festival.

6pm - 7.30pm

The Forum, Norwich



Commercial & Community Projects

Tracy works between moving image (documentary, fiction and experimental), illustration, graphics and installation, with a collage approach, overlaying archival materials, mixed media, film and photography. 

She produces highly imaginative, evocative, entertaining and accessible work through storytelling projects. She works with clients across museum and heritage, music and the Arts. 

Her clients include Colchester + Ipswich Museums, Wells Maltings Trust, Norwich University of the Arts, North Lincolnshire Museum, WI Life magazine and University College of London. See what her clients have to say.



Artistic Projects

Tracy's new body of work centres around women's behaviour and includes Girls will be Girls , I Died for Beauty  and in development Plastic Roses, a surreal film examining social behaviour within an imaginary world.  

She is also working with History of Advertising Trust  and Will Hurt on The Goddess of a 100 years project, which will be an experimental heritage film and interactive animation,  planned to be exhibited at the D&AD Festival in 2020.


Gallery Artwork

Tracy's collections are based strongly around historic storytelling including Agatha Christie, the Kings and Queens of England and British women over 800 years. The artwork is digitally created by combining her own photography of models, architecture and objects with textures, printmaking and mark making to create playful and surreal imagery.

Her artwork has been represented internationally by Cynthia Corbett Gallery and exhibited at Somerset House, Guildhall Art Gallery, Old Truman Brewery, Science Museum and Empire State Building




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