02.07.09 by Jeff

Hillary Boles

Photos by Hillary Boles. Portland, Oregon.

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hillary boles photography photographer

hillary boles photography photographer

hillary boles photography photographer

hillary boles photography photographer

hillary boles photography photographer

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



  • I know the one fisheye shot of the cat doesn’t fit but I love it. Hillary’s shots are just fun, like when you get a new camera and you just want to snap snap snap

  • Love the hat shot, great inspiration for me. I am working on shooting a hat project as well. Nicely cropped.

  • Sir, your proclivities are beginning to show through.

  • lapetitefaon

    Sir, I enjoy your proclivities! Seriously though, maybe they all share a similar thread but great photos both on the whole (nice curating Jeff!) and this set (the first one is adorable and I love that Ikea chandelier!)

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  • landon

    fish eye cat = best evar

  • emily

    the only way you could know it was an ikea chandelier was if you came into close proximity with one very often, like if you owned one…

  • katie

    real nice photographs…love ’em!

  • erica

    yayyy i really love all her photos shes super pretty and amazingly nice as well





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