04.01.10 by Jeff

Katheryn Love

Photos by Katheryn Love.

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katheryn love chandler-cornwell photographer photography

katheryn love chandler-cornwell photographer photography

katheryn love chandler-cornwell photographer photography

katheryn love chandler-cornwell photographer photography

katheryn love chandler-cornwell photographer photography

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

  • http://rideronthest0rm.tumblr.com rideronthest0rm

    Very nice scenery, well shot. Iceland keeps amazing me..

    • http://www.katherynlove.com katheryn love

      Thank you so much! Most of these are actually shot in upstate NY.

      • http://rideronthest0rm.tumblr.com rideronthest0rm

        Really? +5 for keeping your fans guessing :)

  • http://eniaisalmosthere.blogspot.com Enia Is (Almost) Here

    Amazing. The first and the last in particular totally. Am with Rider on Iceland…

  • http://someperfectworld.tumblr.com/ Maya

    that fourth image is so haunting. i love the stark empty landscape. reminds you that often less is more.

  • lapetitefaon

    Yes, ditto on the fourth!

  • http://wearerooted.org H


  • Savannah

    they remind me a lot of andrew wyeth paintings, especially the last. it’s really great to see a similar style captured in photography. such a loud silence.

  • Ariela

    love them

  • http://ignaciogalvez.com Ignacio

    very nice work

  • snow

    I really love the first~~it like a dream!imagining~~~~

  • http://www.eula-doll.tumblr.com eula

    the second photo reminds of a scene from the Twilight movie.. the one where the nomads where approaching the Cullen family down the clearing. the baseball scene.. super cool.

  • fiore

    these works are actually wonderful! I love the first one :)

  • Rosie

    These are absolutely stunning, so inspiring.
    Have you shown your work at any galleries?

    • http://www.katherynlove.com Katheryn Love

      Thank you so much. I have shown a few – I have yet to aim for a solo show.

  • Rosie

    Which galleries have you shown at?

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Watch the video below!

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