Traci Dickson is a photo-based artist residing in Suwanee, Georgia. Born and raised on Vancouver Island, B. C., Traci spent her childhood surrounded by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Influenced by her outdoor experiences growing up on the West Coast, Traci’s documentary and fine art nature photography reflect with gratitude and awe what we all see, but maybe never pay close attention to.  

Traci began photography to document her children’s school years, milestones, and special occasions. She is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography.  Her nature photographs have been captured throughout the Southern U.S. during outings to wildlife refuges, nature preserves, botanical gardens, state parks, recreational areas and even within her own backyard. 

Approaching her subjects with curiosity and wonder, Traci brings forth the intimacy of an interaction with nature. Her images express gratitude and awe while bringing attention to the beauty, wonder and peculiarity of nature. Through her work, Traci illuminates the wonders of the natural world, shares environmental observations, and deepens/inspires human-nature connections.  

Traci has exhibited at the State Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion, the Chattahoochee Nature Center, Emory Hospital Midtown, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Roswell Cultural Arts Center, The Hudgens Center for Art and Learning, Duluth Fine Arts Center, Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Norcross Gallery and Studios, the Bowen Center for the Arts, the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art and the Suwanee Arts Center.  

She is a member of the Georgia Nature Photographers Association, the Southeastern Photographic Society, Roswell Photographic Society, and the Atlanta Photography Group.  

Traci has received recognition regionally and nationally for her photographic work