13.03.09 by Jeff

Alison Scarpulla

Photography by Alison Scarpulla. A touch psychedelic.

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alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

alison scarpulla photographer photography

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



  • these are wonderfully eerie!!!

  • her work is on a whole other level. A level I don’t see often at all. Hey photographs are so memorable and captivating.

  • Alexander

    i wouldnt have choose the word “psychadelic” but erie, or creepy :)

    DAMN, these images give me shivers :) awsome!

  • i said psycheledic mainly in reference to that goat photo and the superimposed stars, and much of the work on her flickr is the same.. maybe surreal would be more appropriate but the photos all seem to have that tone… a weekend spent taking drugs

  • jen

    so beautiful
    i have always loved the first photo

  • yea its my fav of the whole lot

  • Alexander

    Couldnt not agree more, a weekend spent taking drugs!

    But i have to admit, all of these images carry a lot of emotions!

  • Yep, psychedelic is appropriate.
    It’s like getting into somebody’s dream.

  • sr

    these are awesome!

  • m

    I would have said “romantic” and “gothic” but not in the Hot Topic kinda way. Very gorgeous and dreamlike.

  • it’s like a really beautiful horror movie.
    love it love it love it.
    don’t know what more to say

  • michaela younge

    just fantastic

  • anon

    photos 2,4 and 8 have a wonderfull old, worn, scratched look to them, how dose a photographer aquire this affect?

  • GEniOus

  • lapetitefaon

    LOVE ALL OF THESE!!! The first and the photograph of the girl leaning over are genius.

  • Marissa Nadler

    Lovely photographs!!

  • Megan

    these photos are amazing. the third is my favorite.

  • Savannah

    i love that a lot of these are staged without feeling so at all. other worldly for sure.

  • The best photos on booooom. Amazing!

  • So unique, wow and wow! very errie too, which is exciting :)

  • superb work!

  • These are just brilliant! Love everything about them. PERFECTION. I wonder what camera was used?

  • Sierra

    Oh, how I love these so.





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