22.04.09 by Jeff

Wallo Villacorta

Photos by Wallo Villacorta. Chicago.

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



  • Robert B Cooper

    These are awesome. I love #2, 4, and 5. Great work.

  • travis

    is that monotonix in the first pic?

  • 🙂 Yay Wallo!

  • ralphlln

    Dan Deacon, anyone?

  • Hell yeah, Wallo!

  • pilo

    is dan deacon in the last one?

  • i really like his light

  • Jim

    Standing as a Dan Deacon obsessive I can confirm thats Dan Deacon.

  • I really like the work on lighting here, especially #5

  • Nice angles, #5 and 8 are my favourites.

  • dale

    I liked this set too. The Monotonix had one of the best shows I’ve ever been a part of. That shot nearly captures all of their hairy glory.

    The picture of the cables is great!

  • emily

    Awesome! #5 is brill

  • Great control of light in these photographs.

  • i like the lighting here. =)

  • Michael Jordan

    gold star wallo!





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