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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Trevor Traynor Shoots People

Posted By on Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 9:01 AM

The Shootist: Trevor Traynor - SCOTT LAROCKWELL
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  • The Shootist: Trevor Traynor

Just as classic rock shutterbugs from Jim Marshall to Jay Blakesberg have added visual impact to that genre's iconographic landscape, so too have hip-hop's photographic chroniclers, people such as Jamal Shabazz and Ernie Pannicioli. Add to that list Trevor Traynor, whose new gallery show of hip-hop photography, "I Shoot People," opens May 1st at D-Structure on Haight and Fillmore. In addition to Traynor's masterful portraits and t-shirts, the evening's soundtrack will be provided by Richie Cunning, Melina Jones, and DJ Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist. Admission is free. For more info or to RSVP (required) click here.

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