Director and writer Tracey Larcombe is a TV Drama, short film, series and documentary maker who comes from a strong background in programme production for SKY & the BBC.
With a track record for directing intelligent, eye-catching projects in a variety of genres, Tracey is a natural storyteller who enjoys communicating with an audience in an engaging, entertaining & cinematic way. Tracey regularly directs TV drama series including ‘Casualty’ for BBC1 and ‘Hollyoaks’ for Lime Pictures/Channel 4, she has also directed over 30 episodes of BBC series ‘Doctors’.
She is currently attached to direct one of her own projects ‘Season To Taste’, based on Natalie Young’s best selling book ‘Season to Taste – Or How to Eat Your Husband’, which is in development with Mainstreet Pictures.
Tracey has a number of other writing & directing projects in development with David Baddiel, including, feature screenplay ‘Mother in the Cupboard’ co-written with David, as well as developing a low budget feature/TV series adaptation of his best selling novel ‘Time for Bed’.
Her short film, ‘Being Lionel’ starring Lionel Blair, received excellent reviews within the industry, and was selected for the IFS Festival in LA and for a ‘Women in Film & Television’ special screening event in September 2014.