13.04.09 by Jeff

TJ Proechel

Photos by TJ Proechel. Minnesota.

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tj proechel photographer photography

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



  • wow i actually took a picture a lot like the mattress one once.

    the colours in the 2nd last photo are so subtly beautiful.

  • absolutely beautiful!

  • TJ is an amazing photographer. Be inspired by this dude.

  • Robert B Cooper

    Minnesota! I love 1, 4, 6, and 7. But the first photo is my favorite.

    I was looking at these pictures and I was thinking “this has to be Minnesota. The way the houses are built in the middle of nowhere and the snow gave it away.”

    Awesome!

  • very cool work on light, the ATM one is great

  • Wayne Proechel

    I was born in Minnesota and have many relatives still there. I think we might be related some how. Let me know if you would be interested in contacting a relative.

    • Tj Proechel

      I’m sure we are, we’re a small clan. Where was your family what part of Minnesota was you family originally from. My Proechel roots are from Janesville, MN.

  • ^haha i love that the site might potentially link up distant relatives

  • Love the ATM one… LOOK AT THOSE SHADOWS!!!

  • Extremely nice things!

  • rin

    i want to marry him





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