10.09.09 by Jeff

Jess Gough

Photos by Jess Gough. London.

jess gough london photographer photography

jess gough london photographer photography

jess gough london photographer photography

jess gough london photographer photography

jess gough london photographer photography

jess gough london photographer photography

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

  • http://flickr.com/photos/outofink fabian

    bamms. i love it. all the obvious flaws, tones. great work.
    be sure to see this ( http://thelandbetweenhereandmountains.blogspot.com/ ) too, if you like her work.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yea i just saw that linked on her flickr – INCREDIBLE – my new favourite blog

  • http://fletcherchancey.tumblr.com fletcher

    these are beautiful. what’s that vertical line at the top of the first picture? is it light?

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/bbanana/ Anna

    amazing work! everything just perfect!

  • lapetitefaon

    This is absolutely gorgeous. Horse picture and the last my favorites, sigh.

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  • Maciel

    Frickin’ righteous! Love the photo of the horse.

  • http://tryitillyoumakeit.com sylvain-emmanuel .P

    Jess is great, she knows good places and nice cows!

  • http://www.davidhenrythomas.co.uk David Henry Thomas

    Tres Bien!

  • emily rugburn

    beautiful and refreshing

  • yasmin

    These are absolutely beautiful!

  • Antp

    how did you get te cool effect on the first pic??

  • Jennifer

    My favorite ever!

  • http://kidlazy.wordpress.com kidlazy

    Love the pics!especially the first one, its amazing!!

  • http://www.davegeeting.com Dave Geeting

    ahhh yessss. jess’s work is so pleasant yet there’s something so strange and dark about it. one of my current favorites!

  • http://www.marcusmaschwitz.co.uk Marcus Maschwitz Photography

    WOW, that first shot is incredible. AMAZING

  • http://ivybetty.com Mr. Hermitt

    The first photo is definitely an eye catcher. We would like to feature some of your artwork on our art website called IVYBetty.com Check it out and if you are interested please contact us at submit@ivybetty.com

  • Robert

    hey jess – welche kamera hast du denn für das dritte bild benutzt?



  • Robert

    sry – i forgot wo write english -.-

    i wanted to know which camera you were using for the third photo?

    regards from germany,


  • http://allthebestthings.ca/ kai

    Jess, your photos are stunning. Please tell me — what kind of camera do you use?? You have an incredible eye. Don’t stop what you’re doing.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/yufrukt/ yufrukt

    colors are so sensitive!!! superxulos!

  • 1993Lee


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