05.11.09 by Jeff

Margaret Durow

Photos by Margaret Durow. Wisconsin.

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



  • David King

    These shots look great..what did you use to take them?

  • amazing. she makes ryan mcginely look like a food photographer…well maybe

  • elesa

    this girl is so talented!! amazing photos – just amazed

  • OH!! BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!!

  • Such a big fan of Margaret Durow, thanks for the feature. Totally deserved.

  • lapetitefaon

    WHOA! Except for the first two the rest look terrifying in a great way.

  • I love her photos!

  • Maya

    wow, this is one of my favourite recent features. beautiful photos! i love how the models face is turned away in every photograph.

  • randi

    the first is absolutely striking!!

  • i’ve been a fan of her for quite a while, and i’m glad she got a feature here! well deserved.

  • Kind of works I really like. Strong in their simplicity.
    The first one is stunning.

  • Alex

    wow, this is the best photography I’ve seen on this site. simply beautiful.

  • WOAH!

  • jsancho

    so digging her work

  • margaret’s work is so surreal. i’m a fan.

  • zach

    gorgeous.

  • me dío un poco de susto las fotos, están algo tetricas me encantan!!!

  • emily

    amazing,

    just really amazing

  • Tash;

    amazing lighting.
    im really drawn to margarets work.

  • so well done!!

  • Jenna

    I absolutely love the first image. I have the same scar as the one on her side. It makes me realize that my imperfections can be beautiful.

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  • norah j.

    especially love the first one! reminds me of nip tuck (in a good way :)

  • have you..

  • Beautifully terrifying.

  • that 3rd shot looks a lot like a scene from The Werckmeister Harmonies:

    http://auteurs_production.s3.amazonaws.com/stills/4215/P.jpg





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