01.06.09 by Jeff

Jolijn Snijders

Photos by Jolijn Snijders. Amsterdam.

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait

jolijn snijders amsterdam photography photographer fashion portrait













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



  • more&more

    brilliant~

    • lala

      This is very amsterdam, very , very..

  • dale

    Brings back memories of those old Calvin Klein ads.

  • Hannah

    I like it, such a beautiful boy!

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  • lala

    More of that Black and White Chique images please!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/abrahamzavala/ ab

    i like the one with the cigarette, is very good

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  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com Patrick

    beautiful smoke captures, great work with the light too

  • http://www.wintergloves.blogspot.com Winter Gloves

    I really do love this

  • http://www.paoloruiz.com paoruiz

    digging this man.

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  • http://fashion-mongers.blogspot.com/ Patricia

    ohh, if this is ‘very amsterdam’ then i really should go there soon! ; )

  • http://www.waitingforantonio.net Martijn Mendel

    beautiful photos!

  • Peter

    Interesting subject(s)





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