11.06.10 by Jeff

Bradford Gregory

Photos by Bradford Gregory.

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography

Photographer Bradford Gregory photography













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



  • t.

    you switched the first two photos- why that?
    but i concur the now second photo is indeed unsettling.
    i hope he’s just sunburned.

    • i originally meant to alternate black and white and colour photos – that portrait of the guy who looks like he just got punched is such a powerful image, i can’t stop looking at it

      • I think he looks scalded.
        Or possibly an alergic reaction.
        Painful whatever happened.

        Very nice photos, number 3 makes me feel nostalgia for something I’ve never actually experienced.

      • powerful is the right word. there’s so much beautiful symmetry in it – and that makes the peek-y eye even more disturbing.

  • Ahhh! I love every last one!! Especially the second to last! Incredible. Incredible. Incredible.

  • Absolutely effin’ brilliant!





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