19.05.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

Above Second. TONIGHT. 6PM-10PM.

above second gallery hong kong small victories photo show

31 Eastern St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong.













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



  • I wish I was there, but I will be there by spirit, all the best from Kathmandu, Nepal.

  • jaz

    looks awesome. wish I could see it for real!

  • Looks awesome Jeff!

  • Tim

    How do you know if your photo was selected? Just curious.

  • i

    Is my photo there on the wall or not?
    I want to know!

    Were emails sent to contributers? I did not recieve one… :(, but I do know my package did arrive :)

    • irene your photo of the feather is in!

      i will be posting a full list of photographers in the show. 101 photos by 101 photographers

  • i really liked the project.
    was there just then.
    it was definitely something different from the other exhibitions held in hk.
    x M

  • KBO

    nice to meet you today!
    great project and i like your ideas!!!
    lets keep in touch! :)

    thanks!

  • bobby

    How do we know if our photographs made it or not?

    • Bobby

      nevermind I was dumb and didnt read your post jeff

  • Jen

    Looks good! I love the way they’re arranged. Kind of looks like my bedroom walls.





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