22.10.10 by Jeff

Geordie Wood

Photos by Geordie Wood. Brooklyn, New York.

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

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

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, I love the color palette also the one of the horse! AHHH!

  • http://www.myspace.com/lidopimienta Lido Pimienta

    This is the real deal.

  • http://www.flickr.com/bastiencest seba

    The last one is really amazing!

  • http://stereoj.am Sergey

    I like this fashion stuff a tad better: http://geordiewood.com/fashion/thumbnails.html :)
    other than that, spectacular:

  • http://lensverse.com/ LensVerse

    Engrossing stuff. Makes you want to be there at the site.

  • francis

    #5 is very stylish, #6 is amazing too

  • http://martinpetersen.info/ martin

    The horse, and the car and the absence of anything else in those pictures are absolutly brilliant!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      martin, i really like some of the photos on your site

      • http://martinpetersen.info/ martin

        Jeff@ Thank you.

  • michelle m.

    all of these are excellent, great compositions/colors/subjects. love it

  • Bolla

    I personally don’t like any of the photo’s above. They don’t feel good looking at.

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