06.11.09 by Jeff

Yann Faucher

Photos by Yann Faucher.

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



  • Probably the best photographer I’ve seen on here. Just amazing, he’s a real pro.

  • OMG! this are great photos!! tottaly agree with joel!

  • <3

  • Trinity

    You are very good at it, love them. They are really expressive and artistic. Great.

  • lapetitefaon

    Okaaaay, these are pretty amazing. Especially the fifth, really stellar work.

  • Great work here. Wow. The serenity of the second and the mystery third one stand out to me.

  • beautiful pictures!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  • Crash

    The first picture has really inspired me to make a film, or possibly start a new folio of sketches, thankyou!
    wonderful work with the photography, this is really something..

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