13.01.09 by Jeff

Rebecca Miller

Photography by Rebecca Miller.

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rebecca miller photography photographer

rebecca miller photography photographer

rebecca miller photography photographer

rebecca miller photography photographer

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



  • interesting decision to have that red light sticking out like that, i woulda hidden it behind her head but i keep looking at it maybe it works – not sure – i like the image though

  • yeah i’m with you jeff, would have framed her head more. weird that it’s not like that. all these photos are interesting in refreshing sort of ways. i like the big book with the butterflies haha

  • Outstanding work. The music photos on the site are really well done; the surreal surroundings work a treat, a cut above usual band photography.

  • On the contrary, I like the exposed bulb, it looks like she is balancing it on her head. I think the picture may lose it’s character if it was hidden.

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  • Joe

    Favorite is the book used as a blanket in the second pic…extra style points for that one!





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