04.02.10 by Jeff

Jared Iorio

Photos by Jared Iorio. Los Angeles.

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jared iorio photographer photography

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



  • These are fantastic!

  • courtney

    these are great
    the fourth one interests me.

  • c

    these make me miss los angeles horribly.

  • emily

    the frequent uses of smoke steam is very intriguing and pleasing to look at

  • I <3 these. I miss LA.

  • There’s such a lovely mood about all of them.

  • Anybody know where the last photo is from? Are those goats?

    • they are goats yes, not sure the location

      • c

        the city hires goats to clear away dry brush or grass! it’s cheaper and cleaner for sure. and that is most definitely just below the angel’s flight park, next to pershing square station.

  • KB

    love the b&w airplane image.

  • alexander katzeff

    I’m curious, why is one of these images not Los Angeles? 2nd one from the top…that’s Santa Barbara. It reminds of “Drive” by Andrew Bush.

    • i dont think its a stretch to think that the photographer ,while based in LA, would take photos elsewhere!

  • lapetitefaon

    thes make me want to travel to…Los Angeles?

  • Hugo

    The swimming pool one is incredible, such strong colours.

  • alexander katzeff

    @Jeffhamada – Understood. I assumed the series was titled “Los Angeles”.

  • Ari

    Phenomenal images. I love these.

  • Thanks all (and of course, Jeff!) for the look.





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