TRACIE, Photographer & Visual Artist

I look forward to hosting fellow creative professionals.




Responds within 24hrs.


We are just around the corner from McGorlick park with some damn-fine, kick-ass views of the Manhattan skyline FROM OUR LIVING ROOM. The rooftop ain’t so bad either.

The Nassau G stop is a 15 minute walk AND it's a 20 minute walk to the Graham L stop (approx journey time to Manhattan is 35 - 45 min).

There's a laundromat around the corner and a really great little grocery store just across the park.

You'll be sharing the space with the most amazing roommates in the world, who also happen to be creative professionals with busy schedules.



✓ Wi-Fi
✓ No smoking allowed
✓ No pets allowed
✓ Towels
✓ Terrace/Balcony


To fully understand something you have to live it and breathe it. I guess you could say that for an entire year I was in the trenches, physically battered and mentally bruised. I saw things and met people that have altered my way of thinking and opened my mind exponentially. I’ve smashed a few flashes, been run over by fleeing mobs, struck by police batons, slept on cardboard to diffuse the cold concrete, surfed couches, rode on day long over-packed bus journeys, marched through torrential rains and sweltering temperatures, and even found myself arrested.

Living an activist, transient life I emotionally, physically, and financially invested a solid year documenting Occupy Wall Street daily - leading up the one-year anniversary on September 17, 2012. Love and Rage chronicles this unique period of US history; from protests and civil disobedience to the more personal moments, conversations, and comradery that erupted in communities across the country.

I always knew I would live in NYC someday, I just never thought my first address would be in a park around the corner from Wall Street. My life as an embedded photographer within the Occupy Wall Street movement was one wild ride - sensory overload - and an experience that has forever changed me.