27.08.09 by Jeff

Will Govus

Photos by Will Govus. Georgia.

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will govus photographer photography georgia

will govus photographer photography georgia

will govus photographer photography georgia

will govus photographer photography georgia

will govus photographer photography georgia

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



  • I’m guided by strange lights

  • elesa

    brilliant night shots

  • A
    MAZ
    ING
    The childhood i never had.

  • Love the work. All stylistically defined but the bottom one seems a little disjointed, maybe the presence of people in the shot. I think the firework is my fave.

    • yea they’re not all from the same series so i take full blame for that bottom one seeming out of place

  • Not at all Jeff, Great photographs regardless!

  • austin

    I like the atmosphere

  • Clif

    How creepy is the cross with the cameras?

  • Wow. Just wow.

  • Love the last photo standing by the fire. Wonderful light. I can relate to this photo. wonderful

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  • lapetitefaon

    wow, don’t know how I missed these, really beautiful! Eerie, calm atmosphere.

  • such talent

    i purchased the first print!

  • i fuckin love this guy!

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