28.10.08 by Jeff

Steve Schofield

Land of the Free. A great series of portraits by Steve Schofield. I never really got into Star Wars but I did secretly watch Star Trek: The Next Generation quite a bit (You did too, YOU LIAR!). These days I’m not into Sci-Fi all that much, but I do love finding photography and other documentation of people that are totally emersed in very specific sub-cultures!

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield

booooooom star trek wars fan photography photographer steve schofield













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



  • never got into Star Trek, but Star Wars has always been a guilty pleasure…the 2nd and 3rd ones are my favourite

  • star trek – man your crazy… these are so awesome haha! favorites are the 1st one in the living room, then that other star trek dude weilding the blade with the kid by him haha, too good.. but the jedi curtain one is sick too; mysterious.

  • mudasser

    ya i watched a ton of TNG, I was always a Star Trek junkie. the worf character looks identical.

  • gonna have to disagree here…
    Star Wars > Star Trek
    Picard and his crew can go jump into a Sarlaac Pit
    Later guys, I’m off to the Toshi Station to go pick up some power convertors





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