07.11.08 by Jeff

Brad Harris

Another great photographer represented by Vaughan Hannigan, Brad Harris. Back in July, I posted about the work of Julia Fullerton-Batten who is also represented by VH.

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brad harris booooooom photo photography photographer

brad harris booooooom photo photography photographer

brad harris booooooom photo photography photographer

brad harris booooooom photo photography photographer

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



  • damn, that swing set shot blows my top!
    i want it!

  • Chih-Han Hsu

    Smoke and shiloettes are just unlimited fun 🙂 kinda reminds me of mcGinley a little.

  • That smoke shot started my creative gears a moving, and now all I want to do is leave work and buy a smoke machine!

  • Wow.

    Really good stuff.

  • Nice.

  • very iconic pictures, I like the truck “god bless America” nice capture

  • Yeah, these are most def, ill!

  • emily

    wow
    at first i didnt notice the third silhoette in the smoke

  • the first, fourth and last images are AMAZING…. Very very talented indeed. hehehe 😀 I feel inspired.

  • Isabella

    The girl in the last image is me!! 🙂 and I must say, a great thing about Brad Harris is he doesn’t need a set photoshoot for good pictures. Me and my friends were all at the lake when he came by and saw a good opputunity. That’s all I wanted to say 😀





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