30.06.09 by Jeff

Chantal Michel

Photos by Chantal Michel.

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chantal michel photographer photography

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chantal michel photographer photography

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



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  • scary, but i like it.

  • Jennifer

    These are very interesting.

  • Amazing! Are they all self portraits?

  • emily

    its like hide and seek with a highly impracticle edge which i really like

  • abb

    I have the same Idea to make a group of photographies like that D:

  • abb

    D:

  • i luv her! and did the last picture remind anyone else of that scene in Sixteen Candles??

  • katie

    Haunting and magical. Fantastic work there!

  • lapetitefaon

    Weird but I sort of love it!

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  • Amazing!

  • lucie-lou

    l o v e chantal michel.

  • very interesting i enjoyed it alot the 2nd one was my favorite

  • Darlene

    Scary…but great! I’ve learned a lot just by looking at them.





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