30.10.09 by Jeff

Allison Grant

Photos by Allison Grant. Chicago.

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago

allison grant photographer photography chicago













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



  • air..

  • Is it a bag, is it a mountain – doesn’t matter ’cause it’s beautiful

    • yeah i couldnt see that either, badass!

  • lapetitefaon

    Kid on the roof photo WOW. The rest are just as subtly epic too.

  • I love the first one.

  • i like the concepts, great!

  • Wow, amazing photos, there is a story within each shot. where do you get the inspiration for such creative shots.

  • Anny

    the first one…what is she looking at? i love it

  • zdx

    3rd one!!!!!!!!!!!

  • i’m feeling a lot of things

  • these are beautiful, really had to look at that bag twice.

  • Rey

    Tres impressionant!

  • ah! i did an art show with this lady in Brooklyn.. she has some great stuff.

  • laura

    the mountain one is great !

  • I own the first one! WOOT!!!!

  • We were somewhere traveling on march 26, 1994 and met an “Allison Grant”. Where you the one who wrote “If Only Everyone Cared As Much As You”, a lovely piece of prose that you asked me to critique and gave me a copy. We have often wondered where “our” Allison Grant” is now. At the time we met I would say that Allison was about 16 years old.
    Florida’s Official Cowboy Poet Lauerate and Cowhunter Historian………Carl E. sharp





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