09.06.10 by Jeff

Emma Hardy

Photos by Emma Hardy.

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography

Photographer Emma Hardy photography













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



  • Taylor

    That last one is wonderful, as are all of the others.

  • i love the energy in her photos

  • zdx

    love the third one!

    • the girl on the third photo is Kría Brekkan, an icelandic singer.

  • Joel

    Awesome. I love the one with the woman looking out from behind the guy’s shadow in the window…

    Also, I saw your thoughts on the new Whitecaps logo in 24 today. Kinda took me by surprise at first :)

  • Tim

    Love the 6×7. 2 and 7 are my favorites

  • Lovely. Nice playful light situations.

  • The third one is just amazing.

  • amazing!!

  • Ariela
  • 1993Lee

    好有“玩”味啊~~~好喜欢第一张。

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  • E

    Astounding.

  • the first one is sooo nice – it made me laugh a lot and the colors are so vivid. even the 3rd and the 6th.. I love them! The 6th is so sexy…

  • lapetitefaon

    UNBELIEVABLY TALENTED!!! Oh my god I’m just about dying over the first one its so!!! Oh and kids and the dear, boys in the sun, girl with the bag…LIKE ALL OF THEM!!!! Really, really, really lovely!!!

  • marlenePB

    I totally dig the second last one. amazing.

  • Really good snaphots. Me like, me like…

  • Sarah

    I sat and stared at each one at length. Love them all.

  • Wow….amazing

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  • I’m so glad Emma is one of the 75 photographers you re-featured… all time fave!





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