30.04.09 by Jeff

Carl Wooley

Photos by Carl Wooley. Brooklyn.

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



  • Nothing fancy necessary when the light is right. Awesome.

  • Very Lynch… Love it!!

  • awesome awesome

  • guido

    lonelyness – nothingness – beautiful

    soledad, nada (dad?) , hermoso

    muy lindo

  • Jennifer

    Incredible lighting!

  • Cory, just letting you know i listen to your mixtapes everyday especially when im designing something and they’ve really turned me onto some new great artist.

    and sick lighting in these pictures

  • i didn’t think anybody was still listening to those..
    now that i know i’ll throw up some updates

  • why these are lovely!

  • I love these :)

  • flor

    love these work. very real.

  • wow sick lighting! or lack there of… -tys

  • wow these are fantastic!!! totally original night captures

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  • gabriela

    AWESOME PICTURES, i’m in love with the mistery the lighting everything.





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