Tracy Howl

Location: London

Tracy Howl has over 20 year’s professional experience as a Commercial, Lifestyle, PR and Event Photographer. She has a strong portfolio of commissioned work covering Press, Editorial, Fashion, Portraits, Music, Travel, Sport, Interiors and Product Photography.

Tracy regularly photographs Events in London and globally for Tech Industries, Financial Corporates and Governments, and is often assigned to VIP’s including World Leaders, Ministers and Royals.

Photojournalism and Travel photography are Tracy’s main passions. With her inquisitive mind, she sees images and stories everywhere! She freelances with many London based newspapers and her work is published internationally. She is also on the NUJ London Photographer’s Branch committee.

Music photography has opened doors to film and video. She has Art Directed several music videos and show-reels for established and up and coming bands and creates site specific video installations. She has been DOP for Independent Short Films and Documentaries including hard topics such as ADHD and Domestic Violence, as well as corporate videos for The Environment Agency and Landfill sites.

She is a big fan of old processes and regularly experiments with film in her abstract/fine art photography. She teaches specialist lighting workshops, darkroom techniques and street photography, and has previously taught A’ Level Photography in colleges.

Tracy exhibits her work often and curates solo and group shows, mostly in London although she has exhibited in her home town of Wolverhampton and Barcelona too. Her music photography is on permanent display at Nolia’s 11 Jazz Club near Waterloo, London.

Personal work includes a 15 year project “Mine’s A Pint – A Documentary Portrait of a Working Men’s Club in the Midlands” which will be exhibited in full in 2015. Other credits include winning the London Photography Award in 2010.

Tracy Howl
Tel: 07931 900269


Current exhibitions:

September 2013 – July 2014

“The Adventures of a Flamingo in London”
Solo show at Lighthouse Media Centre – Wolverhampton

Past exhibitions:


May: Connected 2014. A Tale of 2 Cities. Group show Patchings Art Centre Nottingham


* December: Route 66 – exhibition at Nolia’s Gallery London SE1
* July: Veils & Shadows – exhibition at Nolia’s Gallery London SE1
* June: Veils exhibition at Nolia’s Gallery, London SE1


* Musicians – Permanent exhibition in Nolia’s 11 Jazz Club, London SE1
* 15-31 August Summertime Games, Nolias 11 Gallery, SE1
* 10 – 30 July Games People Play, Nolia’s Gallery, SE1
* April – Musician’s on Camera, Nolia’s Gallery SE1
* 2 x 4 Photographers, Jeannie Avent Gallery, Dulwich


* ArtAdvisorStylist, Orpington, Kent


* Mine’s a Pint – A documentary portrait of a working men’s club in the Midlands at
* Proud Gallery, Camden Town – July
* The Old Police Station Deptford, July
* Truman Brewery, Brick Lane October Photomonth.
* Georgia’s Party Video Installation and Performance: Proud Gallery Camden July 2010
* Blue Lights, Bigger Picture Gallery, Crystal Palace
* Flingo, The Adventures of a Flamingo in London at:
* London Awards Shortlist Exhibition – Winner, Bedfordbury Gallery, Covent Garden &
* Bigger picture Gallery, Crystal Palace

Co-curated the London Fringe Festival 2010 Photography Award Shortlist exhibition at 3Bedfordbury Gallery, Covent Garden.


* New Year’s Day project – British Press Photographer’s Association – touring


*Mine’s a Pint – Westbourne Studios June 2003
* Under Construction, group Interactive Installation, Westbourne Studios, June 2003
* Curated & organised CMP2003 Degree Show at Westbourne Studios, June 2003


* Blue/Red – Barri Gottic, Barcelona, June 2002
* Georgia’s Party Video Installation – May Prom, University of Westminster, May 2002
* Coast -The Foyer, Regent St, W1, May 2002
* ’Reading’ – Permanent Exhibition, Willesden Library Centre


* Black History Month – Carnival Arts, October
* Millenium Exhibition – Whiteley’s Shopping centre, June/July
* Classic Car Show, Alexandra Palace, Bromley Pageant,


*National year of Reading, UK touring library exhibition