Kevin Traynor is an Irish photographer dealing predominantly in documentary issues and photojournalism photography. He currently resides in Belfast, Northern Ireland but travels extensively for his work, including projects in India, Israel, Palestine, Russia, Ukraine, China, Lebanon, Ethiopia, Brazil, Egypt, South Africa, Lesotho, Turkey and Iran. Currently he has a number of publications to his credit, including 'Nationalist Murals of Northern Ireland', 'Loyalist Murals of Northern Ireland', 'Slummin it', 'Bandit country', 'Glasgow Town', 'Doocotes', 'Displacement' and ' The Grass Is Always Greener Breeds Malignant Sadness' which collectively deal with issues from both his homeland and abroad whilst also undertaking work for numerous other publications. He has a BA Hons degree in photography, studying under the tutorage of other well known Irish photographers such as Donovan Wylie and Paul Seawright.