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Tracy Walker

Uxbridge artist Tracy Walker is a photographer, illustrator and designer whose work has appeared in the pages of the New York Times; on food packaging, beer & wine labels, and t-shirts.


Tracy Walker is a Canadian illustrator, designer and artist. Her work has appeared in the pages of the New York Times; on food packaging, wine labels, and tissue boxes; she’s illustrated award-winning stamps for Canada Post; and designed logos. 

Tracy Walker, Uxbridge Photographer

Tracy has worked with an impressive list of clients that includes Ikea, Land of Nod, teNeues, Imperial College London, Sobeys Grocery Stores, Trader Joes, Kimberly-Clark, Target, Papyrus, AARP, Welch's, Microsoft, Visa, Earthday Canada, and Yoga Journal.

Gestalten Publishing recently featured Tracy in Illustrators Unlimited: The Essence of Contemporary Illustration. Awards & recognition include 3x3 Magazine, The Art Directors Club of Washington DC, Applied Arts Magazine, American Illustration & the Toronto Design Exchange Award.

Contact Tracy

If you would like to arrange a tour of Tracy Walkers studio, purchase a piece of work, or request a custom commission piece, contact Tracy directly through her website, by email, or by giving her a call.


Tracy Walker, Uxbridge Photographer

  • To be a creative person for life requires what I affectionately call "feeding the beast" –the infusion of experiences beyond the everyday that fuel the soul and open one's eyes a little wider.
    - Tracy Walker, Photographer

New Photography by Award Winning Graphic Designer Tracy Walker!

You may know Tracy Walker from her work as a graphic designer and illustrator but have you seen her incredible photography! The 2019 Uxbridge Studio Tour is proud to have Tracy showing her photography for the first time...and it's a must see!!! Here's a little more about Tracy in her own words...

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