15.07.09 by Jeff

Frederike Wetzels

Photos by Frederike Wetzels. Plymouth, England.

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frederike wetzels photographer photography

frederike wetzels photographer photography

frederike wetzels photographer photography

frederike wetzels photographer photography

frederike wetzels photographer photography

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



  • the first image is quite different from the rest – very staged, and i believe it is a group project.

  • daniel

    though i like the other photographs the first one is way too much influenced by gregory crewdson.

  • WOOHOO! Nice to see your works here:-)
    Are you still in England?

    antje

  • I would have to concur. I prefer the latter images.

  • Zoe

    I prefer the simplicity of the other photos, in terms of subject and emotion.

  • benjamin.

    I agree with Zoe. The first image seems distanced from the rest. Perhaps he was trying something new or like mentioned above, working with someone.

  • silvia

    It’s really impressive the semplicity of these photos, in terms of emotion.
    silvia
    iprintitaly





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