Tracy Fleischman Morgenthau
The Olympic games have officially ended and for Los Angeles photographer, Tracy Fleischman Morgenthau, it was a happy accident that work and life has her living in London for a number of months. Tracy had a front row seat to witness the cultural impact that the games had on the city and people of London. She has created a project titled, Olympic Culture, and these are images hot off the press.
Tracy has always been fascinated by the connection between social change and culture. She received a degree in History from UC Berkeley, and an MA in American Studies at UT, Austin, where she worked as a fellow at the Harry Ransom Center, curating exhibitions and working with the collections. For the past several years, in addition to working as a fine art photographer, Tracy has worked as a media and campaign strategist for leading NGO’s and documentary filmmakers creating campaigns for groups such as Women’s Voices Women Vote and the Media Consortium, and films like Trouble the Water and People Speak!
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