07.05.09 by Jeff

RJ Shaughnessy

Photos by RJ Shaughnessy. Los Angeles. The shots from Egypt are magical. Wow.

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



  • omg do me on it! those shots are amazing. I need to get on a plane!!

  • tell me about it! Egypt never looked so good

  • emily rugburn

    these are great

  • love

  • I luv the color and graininess…I can feel the desert heat

  • Hudson

    lovely

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  • Rob

    Great series

  • SO SEXY, PLUS THE MODEL IS GORGEOUS TOO hahha

  • reece

    These shots are really nice,Hayes the model in the first few is josh beech

  • Thanks, I ended up finding that out a while after :)

  • NMI442

    I lov the first and 8th sht with josh beech!

  • emily

    wow, im absolutely blown away
    they capture something so fleeting and sensitive but utterley timeless
    i havent seen a set this beautiful in a long long time ……<3





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