30.03.09 by Jeff

Chelsee Ivan

Photos by Chelsee Ivan. Alberta.

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chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

chelsee ivan photographer photography

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



  • I love this series of photos, they are just oozing this winter-ey atmosphere…

  • Cody

    Great Pics. 2nd one is my favorite

  • I like the 2nd one a lot too, beautiful photo’s, great atmosphere

  • that picture of the dog looks EXACTLY like my dog!! it’s kind of freaking me out because I’ve never seen a dog that looked like my dog before…

  • Kiera

    i looove the last one. the colours are gorgeous!

  • Kiera

    i looove the first and last one. the colours are gorgeous!

  • I know Chelsee, she is very cool. She is living in Calgary now. She is a fantastic photographer, I go to this antique shop where one of her good friends works and they have all these old camera’s that Chelsee adores.

    She can really capture the beauty of Alberta.

  • graham

    Hey nice photos, cheri says hi!

  • i have to say Amzing Photos!!
    Ive always wanted to capture an amazing shot
    just like that first one, and second one
    how do you do it??





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