24.11.09 by Jeff

Kale Friesen

Photos by Kale Friesen.

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



  • Hollie Cloud

    Beautiful! The first and third are quite obviously beautiful, but the second and fourth are attractive in a disgusting type of way :)

  • Wow, I love how despite the contradiction of the content between the photos they’re all just portrayed so beautifully. <3

  • first photo is unreal

  • Great work Kale!

  • L D Friesen

    I am so proud of you son …your work is such a gift to the world!

  • Graeme

    Yeah. Great work Kale.

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  • alina

    Looks awsome Kale!!! Love it!

  • Tony Mckechnie

    Yea Kale, Puttin MJ On the map! Influence to all.

  • East van’s Finest

    Nice work Kale !…..Very ……60’s ala Nikon f …..Timeless style that i really Dig !……

  • thanks to Jeff for posting some of my work.





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