23.02.10 by Jeff

R.I.P. Nathan Matthews

Some very very sad news, local designer/photographer Nathan Matthews lost his battle with cancer last week. He will be missed by many.

nathan matthews

He and I both designed snowboards for Endeavor and although we didn’t know each other that well he was quick to encourage me about my work. He was amazingly talented and such a friendly person – even left encouraging comments here on this site.

This Friday, Antisocial is having a silent auction of some of Nathan’s photographs with proceeds going to his family.

February 26th. 8pm. 2337 Main St, Vancouver.








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



  • Dang, Nathan’s work is incredible to say the least. He will definitely be missed. Reading through his Twitter profile really hits you. :/

  • this is so incredibly disturbing. he’s so young. what kind of cancer did he have?

  • Il Duderino

    My sincere condolences to the family and friends.
    R.I.P.

  • Very sad. My condolences.

    It is good to know he left a lot of beauty in this world

  • leo

    sad news to hear r.i.p.





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