29.06.09 by Jeff

Night Vision

For you locals (Vancouver)! NIGHT VISION. 8:30pm. Friday. July 10th. Strathcona park. It’s an outdoor renegade photography projection show that is sure to be an amazing evening.

night vision vancouver renegade photography projection strathcona park

Bring a blanket. You are welcome to show up early and hang out for a BBQ and refreshments before the show. Show starts at dusk.

Featuring work by:

Ali Bosworth – Victoria, Canada
Aigin Larki – Vancouver, Canada
Benjamin Acree – Asherville, North Carolina
Bob Kronbauer – Vancouver, Canada
Bree Apperley – Brooklyn, USA
Brendon Hartley – Vancouver, Canada
Chris Koperski – San Francisco, USA
Chris Taylor – Victoria, Canada
Daniel Elstone – North Vancouver, Canada
Daniel Douglas – UK
David Luraschi – San Francisco, USA
David Horvitz – Brooklyn, USA
Dylan Davies – Vancouver, Canada
Garry Shandling – Vancouver, Canada
Graham Walzer – New York, USA
Hana Pesut – Vancouver, Canada
Ivan Oyarzun – Vancouver, Canada
Jason Edwards – Vancouver, Canada
Jeff Otto O’Brien – Vancouver, Canada
Jennilee Marigomen – Vancouver, Canada
Jeremy James O’Sullivan – Beijing, China
Jody Rogac – Brooklyn, USA
Jonas Loiske
Katharina Schumacher – Leipzig, Germany
Keith Davis Young – Austin, Texas
Kristopher Keith Helton – Charlotte, North Carolina
Kyle Scully – Vancouver, Canada
Levi Lanser – Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Luke Gregory – Hobart, Australia
Mark Likosky – San Francisco, USA
Mila Franovic – Vancouver, Canada
Margarita Banting – Vancouver, Canada
Maryanne Casasanta – Toronto, ON
Natasha Lands – Vancouver, Canada
Nathalee Paolinelli – Vancouver, Canada
Nicholas Gottlund – Philadelphia, USA
Olle Freyhult – Göteborg, Sweden
Oscar Mendoza – San Francisco, USA
Paul Paper – Vilnius, Lithuania
Peter O Miles – Vancouver, Canada
Patrick Campbell – Vancouver, Canada
Randy Laybourne – Vancouver, Canada
Sean Orr – Vancouver, Canada
Seth Fluker – London, UK
Tina Ok – Vancouver, Canada
Yvonne Hachkoski – Vancouver, Canada
Zoe Peled – Vancouver, Canada













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



  • that is an amazing line up of photographers! many of whom have been featured on this site

  • Damn, if only I could travel so much faster. I want to see this. Any way you can take some pics at the show and post them?

  • we will do our best. :)





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