16.07.10 by Jeff

Mando Alvarez

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



  • Umm why is there a little girl in a bucket, in the middle of the street?

    • lapetitefaon

      Who cares why! These are sooooo refreshing, every single one of them, especially the first! Though I think the monster energy drink stacked cans is my favorite, definitely evokes the suburbs in a way that almost makes me….miss them?!!!

      • she is CHILLIN

    • breakfast in europe

      minus 1 dude, not cool

  • Sander Meisner

    That little girl is his daughter, he takes lots of pictures of his family and has a series of portraits all in the middle of that same street.

    • Knowing that little piece of information puts the picture in context and makes me want to go check out more photos from that series, but without that info I’m left with just a photo of a cute little girl in a bucket in the middle of the street.

  • Morgan

    these are great! love the first two very much!

  • Sorry for my bad english.

    #1. Don’t understand why either. But I really like the focus-depth and the compostion.

    #2. This is my favorite. Looks like lost frame from “The Birds” and feels very cinematic.

    #3. It took a couple of second before I saw the man laying beside the machines.

    #6. Funny and odd contrast with the smash-uped car and the empty mall.

  • dave

    I’ve been following his flickr stream for a while and he’s got some awesome photos. Nice to see him here.

  • I love the images! Thank you for creating such creative images.





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