Trevor Traynor is a photographer, director, and visual explorer. He is an intrepid traveler known for his extensive range
of subject matter and seamless ability to blur the lines between fine art and commercial photography.
His work has been featured in Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop, Financial Times, Hamburger Eyes,
and All-American by Bruce Weber. He has won several awards including American Photography, PDN Annual,
and the International Photography Awards. His photographs have been exhibited globally and featured at
The Getty Center, The Grammy Museum, and Photoville NY.
In 2016 he flew with NASA on an operation IceBridge mission over Antartica alongside artist Zaria Forman.
In 2018 he founded Memoryscape, a full service production boutique based in Los Angeles.
In 2020 his work was selected as part of a new permanent polar art exhibit aboard the National Geographic Endurance.