Tracey Jamieson is a Canadian with a passion for fitness. She is a trainer at Crossfit Connection, leading people through vigorous workouts. The 6’3 woman was given an opportunity to give modeling a try when she posed in some of our Wearable Therapy designs. Find out more about Tracey in her Q&A:
How did you feel about getting the opportunity to model?
I had fun. Anything for a good friend
What style of fashions do you like to wear?
Anything that is made of cotton/ spandex
Where can our customers see more of your work online?
Nowhere else, Wearable Therapy is it!
Can you describe the design that you are posing for in WT?
The Stand up collection and Style speaks collection
What is your favorite WT product?
The Fearless Tee
PROUD- Seeing hard work pay off
ANGRY- People who still use cell phones when driving
EXCITED- Watching the New England Patriots in the Superbowl
LUCKY- Winning the lottery
CONFLICTED- Picking my players in fantasy football
EMPOWERED- Setting goals and achieving them
HOPEFUL- The start of the NFL season
SAD- When the Patriots lose – which doesn’t happen often
STRONG- Working out
Freeway or Scenic Route? Scenic route
Night out with friends or a quiet night in? Night in – with friends
Adventure trip or relaxing vacation? Anywhere there is a great beach
Great job with long hours or Okay job with lots of time off? Great job
The 1950s, 60s, 70s or 80s? Totally 80’s
Are your real life (people you know) role models?
Are your famous/well-known role models?
Would you like to work with/for in the future?
Pushes you the hardest?
The voice inside my head that says don’t quit.
WT is all about Defining Your Normal. So, let’s find out more about what makes you You!
What is your definition of ‘normal’?
There is no normal, it can change from day to day and situation to situation.
We are all about celebrating people’s awesomeness, so what makes you awesome?
All of the awesome people around me
What is a challenge that you face often in your life?
Cheering for the patriots even though I’m surrounded by non-supporters
What is the best compliment that you have ever received?
“You don’t look your age.”
What was the best criticism you ever received?
I can’t think of one, but they all make you stronger.
What makes your life easier?
What makes your life more difficult?
Snow, when you have already taken off your snow tires.
What is your definition of success?
Being happy with what you have.
We are all changing and evolving all the time. How are you in the process of changing?
Changing from football season to baseball season – go Blue Jays!
If you could interview anyone, whom would you choose?