Creating experiential programs is a unique characteristic of how Gracie Teo communicates messages, with favoured themes centring on culture, creativity and community. Gracie produced the Yesterday Mobile Karaoke for the Singapore Arts Festival (2011) and introduced live mystery games from Japan when the first Real Escape Game was staged in Singapore (2012). She was involved in production work for the award-winning film Untouchable: Children of God (Humanitarian Film Award, New Port Film Festival 2014). Gracie was the Project Manager for the Singapore Snaps project (Past Forward exhibition, 2015). During the Greenhouse Labs, which aims to bring art practitioners, social workers and researchers in the area of community development, her team won the inaugural pitch.