Tracee Hutchison is a highly skilled broadcast journalist, writer, producer and director with over 25 years experience in TV, radio and print.
Tracee's extensive and diverse media career includes on-air roles for ABC radio nationally and internationally (JJJ, ABC News Radio, Radio Australia, 774/Melbourne, 702/Sydney), reporter/producer for ABC TV's flagship current affairs program '7.30 Report' and Channel 7's 'Today Tonight', AFL Football panellist 'When Saturday Comes' and Program Director at Melbourne's iconic community radio station, 3RRR.FM.
Tracee's TV production credits include: Network Producer for ABC TV's Australia Network, writer/producer/director of 'Chefs on Tour' and 'Marion's Gourmet South Australia' (with Marion Grasby), writer/producer/director and Series Producer 'Excited Particles' (co-production with Questacon Science Centre Canberra), scriptwriter/talent producer for SBS TV's hit music quiz 'Rockwiz', series producer SBS TV's 'nomad' & 'News Extra', and field producer for Channel 9's longrunning travel show 'Getaway'.
Tracee has interviewed a who's who of interesting folks - from Prime Ministers to musicians, actors, activists and agriculturalists.
Tracee is the author of two fundraising cookbooks for the Mirabel Foundation ('Rock Chefs for Mirabel' & 'Laughing Stock') and an Australian music anthology 'Your Name's on the Door', she was an Opinion columnist for the Saturday Age for many years and is a regular panellist on ABC TV's 'News Breakfast' and the BBC World Service 'Weekend' program.
Additionally, Tracee wrote, produced and starred in her solo stage production – ‘I Forgive Catriona Rowntree’ – at the 2005 Melbourne Fringe Festival to a sell-out season and critical acclaim.
Pic: Sam Karanikos