03.06.09 by Jeff

Erica Joy

Photos by Erica Joy.

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erica joy photographer photography

erica joy photographer photography

erica joy photographer photography

erica joy photographer photography

erica joy photographer photography

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



  • STRANGE.
    1ST ONE IS GREAT.

  • lapetitefaon

    YES YES YES to the photo of the girl and the bed. Love!

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  • yooni

    I LOVE ERICA.
    i’m so glad you posted on her. she is so ridiculously talented. i think i ended up favoriting her entire stream on flickr. chelz (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladyoftheused/), erica’s friend, is also super talented.

    • haha already had her bookmarked! whenever an artist has links to friends i follow them all!

      • yooni

        that’s fantastic, i love them both.

  • erica

    THANKS :DDD

  • chelsea peacock

    haha Joy is her middle name :)
    maybe she should just go by that :D

    • i just went based off of flickr info (not always accurate) whats her last name?

  • great energy and emotions that get drawn out and portrayed through each image. -tys

  • tanya prilukova

    Erica is so talented. i love her photos

  • Alex Simms

    wooooo, yay erica. :D
    haha, I’m really late on this…

  • i love the b&w blower girl…
    good job

  • i adore it.





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