In 2009, Tracey bought her childhood home and transformed it into The Wright House Photography studio. With 30 years of photography experience, she got her first camera at 5 by collecting Kool Aid packages, Tracey jumped at the opportunity not only for nostalgic reasons, but also because its location offers a relaxed, country atmosphere when shooting outdoors. Customers enjoy the country experience as well, with the picturesque setting providing an ideal portrait background, and Tracey's pygmy goats Simon and Garfunkel entertaining children following shoots. Her indoor studio is stocked with various props, lighting, and backgrounds for professionally polished headshots and portraits. In and around her home studio, she snaps emotion-rich pictures of kids, families, and couples, with pets also welcome. Away from the studio, she covers special events such as weddings.