The Team

Tracey Mack

Tracey is an experienced Producer and Animation Line Producer with over fifteen years of experience in the film, television and digital media industries, with a focus on programming for children and families.  

 

Tracey is currently in funded development on her animated feature, A Christmas Crisis, which she co-wrote and produced, and is producing the live-action thriller, Glendale.  Tracey was the only participant from Western Canada selected for participation in the inaugural year of the Bell Media Producer’s Accelerator Lab in Spring 2014, and was an Associate Producer / Line Producer for the television series Edgar & Ellen for Nickelodeon/YTV, which won Best Animated Series at the ELAN Awards. 

 

Tracey also serves as a production consultant for New Machine Studios, initially stepping in to supervise the completion of pre-production on the feature film, The Prophet, starring Salma Hayek and Liam Neeson, and then continuing with the company, helping to set-up a cloud-based studio and helping to oversee the completion of four additional animated feature films.

 

She produced and story edited the children’s series, The Adventures of Little Jake & Many Skies for APTN, which included an accompanying web game and iPad application; was a Producer and Writer on the live-action comedy web series, PARKED, selected by the Independent Production Fund, and nominated for Best Web Series / Best Comedy Series at the Vancouver and Toronto Web Festivals, as well as the Leo Awards; and she won the Merging Media Award in 2013 for her trans-media property, Kids’ Cookhouse.

 

Tracey was formerly the Director of Development, Business Affairs and Marketing for Bardel Entertainment, and also served as their Associate Vice-President of Production, where she worked on television series for clients, such as Nickelodeon, YTV, Teletoon and CBC.

 

Tracey has an MBA in Arts & Media Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, has completed graduate level screenwriting courses from York University, and is a graduate of the Radio & Television Arts program from Ryerson.  Tracey has also served as an Instructor in the Entertainment Business program at Vancouver Film School, and is a recipient of the Sharon Gibbon Lifetime Member Award from Women In Film & Television Vancouver.