16.09.10 by Jeff

Timo Klos

Photos by Timo Klos.

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photographer photography timo klos

photographer photography timo klos

photographer photography timo klos

photographer photography timo klos

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



  • lapetitefaon

    these are somehow really eerie and haunting but warm at the same time, I’m in love with this set!!!

  • i need to make a tripp to that part of the world. the air must be different enough to get trapped in it all.

  • wren

    oh man, that last one made all my armhairs stand up. thank goodness for weak light on still snow.

  • Seems like an strong body of work. Awesome!

  • Adeline

    Very wonderful. Great concepts and wonderful colors and compositions. The series Orr I particularly love.





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