17.12.09 by Jeff

Luke Gregory

Photos by Luke Gregory.

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photographer photography luke gregory

photographer photography luke gregory

photographer photography luke gregory

photographer photography luke gregory

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



  • Well, I automatically love the first one but the second is almost as awesome.

  • lapetitefaon

    YESS!! The first two are epic.

  • i like the ballon concept he’s trying to show

    • Julio, would you care to explain “balloon concept?”

      I like the photos, but I would really like to hear somebody explain the conceptualism of balloons in photographs.

  • agreed, the second one is just amazing

  • Rouquine

    I find all of theese wonderfull

  • such a beautiful range of style.

  • big fan of luke gregory

  • these are great

  • Jordan

    My goodness! Some of these don’t even look like photos.

    Really great work.. I adore the first and the last.

  • Cool, I love the 1st one the most.

  • joshitoshi

    2nd one must’ve taken a long time to construct! big fan of that one…

  • James DeBlasse

    The 6th one is by far and wide my favorite of his shots. There is an intense dialog between the two rocks and the cloud. A very interesting conversation and exchange is taking place between the two and he happened to capture this very unique moment. It’s purely magical.





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