14.09.10 by Jeff

Andrew Bush

“66 Drives”, photos of people driving, by Andrew Bush.

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits

photographer photography andrew bush 66 drives car portraits













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



  • nice idea
    is the girl in the sunbird singing or crying her heart out ?

    • it says in the description that she’s singing!

  • juliet

    perfection

  • I really hope that guy isn’t reading and driving at the same time.

    • He’s got a medium format strapped to a contraption in the passenger seat.. The guy is a freak and i mean that in a good way :)

  • adam

    so very la ;)

  • ALEX

    quite brilliant photos!!…..love how the cars are used as a prolific statement about the drivers IMO :P

  • Steve

    I love the guy in the top left’s expression with the woman in the hot pink car.

  • Maijo

    i love the photos and so fresh idea…

  • Great medium format shots!
    I hope mine can even compare

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