09.04.09 by Jeff

Peter Sutherland

Photos by Peter Sutherland. New York. One of the best!

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peter sutherland photographer photography

peter sutherland photographer photography

peter sutherland photographer photography

peter sutherland photographer photography

peter sutherland photographer photography

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



  • the photo of the guy in all white is so magical, it makes me laugh if i stare at it too long

  • yeah, been up on this dude for a minute.
    his stuff is great and diverse.

    i like the clearing in the trees and the frozen bicycle.

  • Robert B Cooper

    These are great! I cant choose a favorite.

  • i love them all but i would say the bike is my favourite

  • lapetitefaon

    Really brilliant, just slightly ‘off’ in the best way.

  • love his work, he keeps it so interesting.

  • The frozen bicycle is great.

  • i like.

  • The picture of the snow and the birds is really beautiful… Is it possible to have it in large ?

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  • Molly

    :) I did this for a class, I don’t know if anybody would be interested

    http://mollyadams.tumblr.com/post/103601340/http-www-petersutherland-net-in-addition-to

    • i like what you were saying there molly

      • Molly

        Thanks a lot, I found it hardest for me to write about his work because I like so many of his photos for, what are to me, obvious reasons. Those are always the hardest to explain. Hopefully I will be able to meet him at the Art Book Fair. My friend who’s been working there I believe said he would be there at 1:30 on Saturday if anyone else is interested! It’s at P.S. 1 in Brooklyn!





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