30.03.10 by Jeff

Lotte Scott

Photos by Lotte Scott. London.

lotte scott photographer photography

lotte scott photographer photography

lotte scott photographer photography

lotte scott photographer photography

lotte scott photographer photography

lotte scott photographer photography













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



  • lapetitefaon

    Jealous of anyone who lives near a castle like structure up a hill. Don’t care for the black and whites but the others are so soft and lovely!

  • yeah, the softness is definitely amazing. also, i feel so detached from the people in the photographs. i’m not invited into the moment, i can’t feel part of the moment, i feel like i’m shyly watching a scene that is secret and far away. awesome stuff.

  • Isaac

    The second to the last photo is great! For some reason it’s moving and like BIRD said you feel as if this moment in time is their own little secret. Great stuff really great stuff

  • the one and the five …is amazng.. I imagine a … very nice place and very fun moment with friends…really..is crazy

  • Nice photos.

  • emily

    i love these, there is sonething wonderfull and thought provoking about potos of people from the back : )

  • These photos are great. I love the playfulness and the secretive feel to it.

  • xiaoxiao

    interesting

  • Whoaaa I love these :D
    just make me feel lonely but good

  • freaking LOVE nr. 1 and 4! does anybody has a link for more of her work?

  • Pingback: Eliza Hull()

  • Pingback: (mt) Media Temple » Weblog » Blog Archive » Booooooom: An Art Explosion()





25.04.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Sara Andreasson

A selection of images by illustrator Sara Andreasson. More images below.

Read More

25.04.17 by Staff

“Rodeo Girls” by Photographer Ilona Szwarc

Warsaw-born, Los Angeles-based photographer Ilona Szwarc documents young Texan rodeo competitors, an arena traditionally dominated by men. See more images from “Rodeo Girls” below.

Read More

25.04.17 by Staff

“Hazards May Be Present” by Artist Joel Daniel Phillips

Artist Joel Daniel Phillips examines San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighbourhood through three friends and deeply-rooted residents. Defined by the Hunters Point Shipyard (a shuttered naval base closed due to extensive environmental contamination), the men work as recyclers within daily proximity to hazardous waste. Click here for previous posts of Phillips’ work. See more images from “Hazards May Be Present” below.

Read More

25.04.17 by Staff

Tiny Landscapes Painted in Mint Tins by Artist Heidi Annalise

Colorado-based artist Heidi Annalise creates impressionistic landscapes inside the lids of old mint tins, using the base to mix her paints. See more images below. Read More

25.04.17 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Matthew Dettmer

Paintings by Melbourne-based artist Matthew Dettmer, found via our April Reader Submissions. More images below.

Read More