20.11.09 by Jeff

Jeff Jacobson

Photos by Jeff Jacobson.

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



  • this guy is AMAZINGGGGG

  • the third photo is my favourite

  • Great stuff. He’s got a very conceptual eye, doesn’t just snap and hope for the best. He composes his shot prior to putting the camera up to his eye.

  • Joel

    WOW. All of these are so striking… especially the 9/11 one and the forest one. And the first one… wtf? What happened there?

  • Some intense shots here.

  • Ausia

    i love #5

    • me too.. well i love them all haha – good to see you are still pokin around the site – there will be another project soon 🙂

  • Soooo good. you can tell he has a camera with him at all times.

  • Geo

    awsomeee!!!

  • Ari

    Love these images…. I love how the 9/11 image shows not only the towers, but something from every day life as well.

    • What I think is incredibly striking about that 9/11 photograph is the combination of the dying soldier statue and the towers itself. It’s quite symbolic I must say.

      • I’ve got to say. I thought it was funny at first glance, the rifle in the soldiers back I thought was a scarf blowing in the wind. No disrespect at all, just what I saw.

  • jordan

    sosososo wonderful. i love them all

  • Le chosoux

    Oh my… this guy is really cool!





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Booooooom TV Guide

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Lots of new content going up daily on our video platform, Booooooom TV. All film and video content will be published there so you should bookmark it if you haven’t already.

I recommend watching:

1) This clip of a producer you probably never heard of called Jblack.

2) This short film on the unknown art of foley.

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