mother loon and baby
Debbie Wolfe

Debbie Wolfe Consulting, LLC
Wolfe Tracks Productions

Unique ideas, solutions and results
for your media and communications needs

convert your family heirloom images to DVD videos
digitize slides and prints into .jpg files
digital image restoration • website and blog design • graphics
videos for television, Web and DVD • audio production/editing
video production/editing
custom one-on-one training • photo safaris • public speaking

I'm Debbie Wolfe and I offer decades of experience as a journalist and photographer using both still and video cameras in studios and on location.

I started out in live radio and expanded from there into television, then newspapers.

My degrees include one in graphic arts and printing production techniques along with a master's in mass communications from the University of South Florida, Tampa.

Professionally, my career spans college- and university-level teaching since 1979 in addition to 19 years in the newsroom of the St. Petersburg Times (now called the Tampa Bay Times) as the technology training editor. I have been the owner of my own freelancing business since my teens.

When I am not working, you can find me with a camera on an adventure either in the greater Tampa Bay area or in a location like the Boundary Waters in northern Minnesota, the Rocky Mountains or the Swiss Alps.


Contact me for a free quote

Based in St. Petersburg, Florida
since 1985

This website is under major construction.
Check back soon for the grand opening!
Portfolios of my work will be included.
And, my Wolfe Tracks blog will feature free tips and tricks
you can use with your own cameras.
Copyright 2015 by Debbie Wolfe
All rights reserved
Wolfe Tracks
Deb on top of a stage coach
Deb with 2 TV actors
Deb with her kayak hat
Deb with boys in a canoe
Deb with Nikon
Deb with Wolfe rig
A Struggle for Hope
Photography, videography and graphics for print,
the Web and video
including television
commericals and
prime-time network

To get the best images, I'll ride stage coaches, paddle canoes, and make my own steady camera rigs out of bicycle wheels.
Danica Patrick