11.02.09 by Jeff

Diane Ducruet

Diane Ducruet’s staged family portraits appear silly and light-hearted at first glance, but there is quite a seriousness to them if you really look. Ducruet says they are commentary on family dynamics, control and power.

diane ducruet grimaces family portraits staged photography photographer

diane ducruet grimaces family portraits staged photography photographer

diane ducruet grimaces family portraits staged photography photographer

diane ducruet grimaces family portraits staged photography photographer

diane ducruet grimaces family portraits staged photography photographer













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



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  • dale

    That woman looks like a real drag to hang out with. Plus she would keep pulling and poking your face.

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