Native New Yorker, Trevor Traynor has photographed subway stations in Tokyo, Paris, and Sydney, playgrounds in Moscow, street kids in Mumbai, Lowriders in Santa Fe and Los Angeles, and prostitutes in Panama City. He currently lives in San Francisco and continues to travel and create new bodies of work, in addition to shooting for editorial and advertising clients.

Traynor’s photographs have been exhibited in New York, Paris, Medellin, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, and San Francisco. His work has been featured in many publications including: Chicago Tribune, New York magazine, Men’s Fitness, SF Chronicle, Respect Magazine, & Lodown magazine. His work is part of several public and private collections including Swinerton and Pfizer. He was recognized at the 1st International Photography Awards as “Industrial Photographer of The Year” and is in the current 2011 PDN Photo Annual for his new Sweet Water series.

Follow Traynor at @ishootpeople.

Check out Trevor Traynor's Greatest Hip-Hop Portraits.

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