18.01.10 by Jeff

Andrew Tomchyshyn

Photos by Andrew Tomchyshyn. Vancouver.

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

andrew tomchyshyn photographer photography

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



  • The shadow in that first one? Wow. Just… wow.

  • I dig that first shadow picture, so deep! genius

  • lapetitefaon

    Whoa, I love the first annnd, the one with the boy in the dog is also kind of melting my heart. These all make me so emotional!

  • the last two are genuinely awe inspiring.

  • That second to last photo is phenomenal. Words don’t do justice…

    I’m totally in love with his flickr stream. Amazing…

  • beauty

  • GTS

    beauty

  • Wowow.

    Simply awesome.

  • Nice, really like the deer and the sunflower field.

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  • Zax

    That first photo…

    OH NO IT’S SLENDER MAN!!!

  • always been a big fan of this kid. his eye for geometric aesthetics in photos is absolutely brilliant for a kid his (aka my) age

  • Oh wow. I love them. Particularly the deer.





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