22.01.10 by Jeff

Lina Jaros

Photos by Lina Jaros.

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



  • absolutely love that theatre shot with the black balloons. Symmetrific

  • KB

    i love these sooo much. the photo of the pool with the umbrellas in it on her website is also really amazing…

  • that last one is pretty fantastic, and i’d love to see it as album cover art. well done.

  • courtney

    That last one is my favorite. It’s perfect.

  • dp

    oh wow, srs evocation here! these all seem to precede/proceed magical events. second to last is major light win.

  • lapetitefaon

    Are you kidding?! Unreal! one is killer, so are the socks on the trees! Disco ball takes it, weird, beautiful, everything!

  • Ari

    Imagine the setup that was involved in the last one!

  • Ari
    • Ari

      someone delete this…. completely by accident post.

  • coryallen

    im a set director/designer for a photo studio… thisss makes me jealoussssss

  • The idea of socks in the wood reminds me of “Fox games” and some other photographs by Sandy Skoglund. Nice pics though)

  • Hassan Anderson

    Number one definitely blew my mind..Honestly,I said holy shit and looked at it for like 2 minutes..





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