08.10.08 by Jeff

Alex Prager

The first thing that came to mind when I saw Alex Prager’s photography, was Hitchcock. As far as I’m concerned if you make anything that reminds anyone of Alfred Hitchcock, you’re doing something right. This is some faaantastic work.

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

booooooom photo photography photographer alex prager alfred hitchcock blog

This last one isn’t so “Hitchcock” but it was too good not to include.

http://www.alexprager.com













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • jason de viliiers

    this is really really cool

  • Nice, I like these a lot.

  • these are sick… I’m infatuated with the 60’s & 70’s. Your right Jeff; these look like stills from some of Hitchcock’s work.

  • Jenny

    also reminds me of Cindy Sherman’s Untitled Film Stills, no?

  • similar yea

  • Truly. Awesome.

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  • like it!

  • the last one is so cool

  • Schae

    they do look like hitchcock. but in some of them, is it just because of the birds?

  • emily

    last three are very cool

  • hitchcock!

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  • Sarah

    The photo with the plane in the background looks familiar. I think The Stranger used it on one of their covers, but I can’t be positive.

  • Jonny

    These are an exact copy of Cindy Sherman’s work, who did them 25 years ago. These are not interesting or original in any way. This makes me so mad to see.





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