07.05.10 by Jeff

Lewis Manchu

Photos by Lewis Manchu.

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



  • nice mood!!!!!!!

  • Great!
    Love the one with the dog.

  • I love the last photo, excellent!

  • I always get the sense that Jeff is trying to create a narrative through the image selection/series creation.
    Most of the time I walk away pleased. Nice work Jeff + Lewis.

    • cheers matt, yea i do spend a fair amount of time selecting the work and then also the order they appear – not sure if its narrative but i do like to put certain things in a particular order

      • lapetitefaon

        YES! This is a particularly well ordered set, reads like a story!

  • that third pic with the dog and skull is just awesome!

  • I adore all of these.

  • Ahh The last image is wonderful. Feels like an explosion/ time warp/ the beginning of the world (or maybe the end of the world). Keep them coming Jeff.

  • MarlenePB

    Im a big fan of these photos and the ones that Seth Clark does. they both have this crazy mysterious sense to them. my favorite ;)

  • that second one rules, and the last one is exactly how I feel

  • Excellent photos..really great work….





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