17.09.09 by Jeff

Joyce Kim

Photos by Joyce Kim. Baltimore.

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



  • Kristina

    I really love the last three!

  • lapetitefaon

    THESE ARE PERFECT!!!! 3,4,5 (especially 5) and the last just stole my heart.

  • Savannah

    Any chance you know where the third picture is photographed, or can find out? I swear it was taken at a co-op in Oberlin, OH. I went to Oberlin College and it made my heart skip a beat to see a place I love in a photograph on my favorite website.

  • Savannah

    Ooops I mean the fifth photo.

  • Hey, thanks so much for the post and the comments. I just wanted to leave a link to my flickr since that’s got a lot more recent work than my site: flickr.com/jkjkjk

  • Love the feel of the highway, how its so low and it makes me think of a modern stonehenge.





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