10.08.10 by Jeff

Jackson Eaton

Photos by Jackson Eaton.

jackson eaton photographer

jackson eaton photographer

jackson eaton photographer

jackson eaton photographer

jackson eaton photographer

jackson eaton photographer

At the end of this month, Jackson Eaton will spend a night, in the Free Range gallery in Perth, with a complete stranger. He will document the experience with Polaroid Fade-to-Black film, before opening the gallery to the public the next day.

Over the course of 24 hours, the film will continuously change colour before fading to black. Visitors will be encouraged to visit the gallery throughout the day to watch the photos as they change.

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



  • so

    i forgot where i found this man a long time ago but i just remember loving him.

    he has a lot of photos that make you feel intimate, it gives you butterflies in your stomach. some beautiful stuff. :) thanks jeff

  • I love the last with the girl in the field

    …looks like the flare is the capturing of the energy from the sky giving her life

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, these are beautiful!

  • i love these!

  • Lovely. I’m excited to see how the show turns out.

  • opiq

    the first picture makes me want to cry..

  • ya .. the first one is so emotional, and i have no idea what makes it that way. amazing.

  • so

    his girlfriend’s a beauty

  • Not the first time someone’s made art out of spending the night with a stranger (we’re looking at you, Tracey Emin), but maybe a rather different spin on the tale. Intriguing.





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