21.07.09 by Jeff

Paul D’Amato

Photos by Paul D’Amato.

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



  • Great pictures. Captures the country and people perfectly. Just looked at his website – Some pretty amazing stuff.

  • real life. real photos. amazing. beautiful.

  • Glow

    wow, simply, wow.
    So much frozen forever, i loved the mood in every picture, i felt conected to every single image.
    Awesome.

  • I looked on his online portfolio and I love the set “Please Be Free Now”

  • wow! stunning work!

  • lapetitefaon

    What a beautiful, intense set of photos.

  • powerfull photos, just awesome!

  • Photojournalism can be creative and fun?
    Wonderful photos.

  • dawoo

    i love these photos! esp. the 1st one.

  • Darlene

    The 2nd pic is just awesome.

  • Mafe

    The way you’re making me feel about my life and what I’ve done with it, its powerful.

  • I couldn’t believe this when I saw it on here. I had him as a teacher twice, he is the fucking man. Best dude ever.

    • what school was that at Sheen? that’s awesome

  • Columbia College Chicago. He is such a good guy, glad to see it on here.

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  • Bob225

    Love the Photos!! Great Atmosphere!!





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