18.01.10 by Jeff

Andrew Tomchyshyn

Photos by Andrew Tomchyshyn. Vancouver.

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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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