25.10.10 by Jeff

Samuel Pritzker

Photos by Samuel Pritzker. San Francisco.

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photographer photography samuel pritzker

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



  • Kaitlin

    The second photo makes me want to say, “Nuh uh! You did not get this picture! It is fantastic! I’m so jealous. An absolute fave.”

  • lapetitefaon

    These are stunning, wish there were more photos on his site, Samuel Pritzker, please, take more photos ASAP, these are gorgeous!

  • I love the 3rd one especially!

  • emily

    all his work is so beautiful; the colours and focuses on make them absolutely perfect

  • the first one i think is excelent!

  • pol

    I find very attractive the first picture, done with nothing, but so strong in its semplicity.
    Thank u!

  • Samuel Pritzker

    An incredibly delayed thank you! Thank you thank you thank you. Is there any way that you could also add my flickr link (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ghostlies) – I’ve become lazy with the payment on my website and it goes down every now and then. Again, thank you so much! I love Booooooom and have always dreamt of being featured on here.

    • cheers samuel – link changed

  • holy shit sam. these are amazing! i’m in love with booooooom and i had no idea you were featured. congratulations and keep up the good work.





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