04.06.10 by Jeff

You Li

Photos by You Li.

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

Photographer Eris Yo photography

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



  • #4 & 6 make me melt with happiness

  • Love #3. It’s like satellite imagery. #6 is also very cool. This guy is altogether very awesome.

  • Eric Thomas

    Really like this guy’s work. Its so calming and quiet. I went to his website and didn’t find one photo I didn’t like.

    • Eris is a girl!

      • Eric Thomas

        Whoops! Apologies!

    • 1993Lee

      I think so, too.

  • sr

    #2 is THE one!!!!

  • (:

  • I’m a little confused. I thought her name was You Li. Am I mistaken?

    • yea i wasn’t sure i thought it was You Li and then i saw her work posted on manymany.org under the name Eris Yo

  • Fair enough.

    • i msged her on flickr, waiting to hear back!

      • hi jeff, You Li is her real name, and Eris Yo is her ID…She is one of the most famous Chinese female photographers!

      • thanks!

  • 1993Lee

    我喜欢第二张。

  • 1993Lee

    I love it!

  • I love the first one

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