Tracey Vivar is a freelance photographer originally from New York City. Ms. Vivar was the manager as well as the main contributing photographer for Double Runner Gallery, located in East Glacier Park, Montana.
Her interest in photography began early in life. With a Dad who worked for Kodak, it was just inevitable she would pick up a camera and take off from there. Later on she was privileged to be mentored by J.J. Perez, through whom she was able to work for; Phillip Morris/Marlboro Division, Formula One Racing, Saks Jandal Furriers, Asprey, Sofia Xereb Fashion Consultants, Annique Klein, C.S.A. Hispanic Advertising Agency, Franchesca of London Boutique and "W" of New York Hotels.
After moving to Montana, she joined forces with Larry Reevis, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe, to create a photo project entitled, "The Hidden Kingdom". This project coincided with the Lewis & Clark bi-centennial celebration and portrayed the vistas of Montana as they would have appeared to the explorers. It also portrayed the original homeland of the Blackfeet in its' pristine condition. Thanks to Larry for the Blackfeet names on some of the images.
In addition to commercial, public relation and landscape photography, Ms Vivar does formal portraiture; including graduation photos and family portraits as well as model portfolios and head shots. Photo restoration is one of her latest ventures