14.07.09 by Jeff

Night Vision

Night Vision went down Friday night at Strathcona Park and several hundred people showed up to listen to music, chill out, and enjoy some photography. There was a little incident with the sprinklers but there’s nothing like a group shower to spice up a party! Huge props to Natasha Lands and Jennilee Marigomen for making it all happen!

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The first three shots are courtesy of Julian Hecht, and I shot the last two from my blanket!


night vision strathcona park vancouver renegade photography show natasha lands jennilee marigomen

night vision strathcona park vancouver renegade photography show natasha lands jennilee marigomen

night vision strathcona park vancouver renegade photography show natasha lands jennilee marigomen

night vision strathcona park vancouver renegade photography show natasha lands jennilee marigomen













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



  • Reminds me a bit of the screenings they have at Somerset House in London. The atmosphere there is always awesome, although it’s on a much larger scale. This looks nice and cozy though…

  • aww man so sad I missed it! stupid friends birthday party.

  • kalli anne

    this was rad im glad they put this on. it would be sweet if they could project against a building or something a bit larger next time. im certainly hoping for a next time!

  • caitlin

    is it just me or did vancouver suddently get a whole lot cooler?

  • 🙂





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