28.10.10 by Jeff

John Battaglia

Photos by John Battaglia.

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

photographer photography john battaglia

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



  • geee

    film noir, beautiful.

    • ALEX.

      OMG thats exactly what i thought as i scrolled down until i saw your comment! ^^, and yes they are beautiful

  • lapetitefaon

    Wow first reminds me of just how lovely my home, NYC, is!

  • reminds me of boogie / artcoup.com

    also a ton of motion in these shots, almost looks like a video at first glance.

    very good!

  • Wow, amazing classic black and white photos. Have that great timeless quality to them.

  • I lovvvee the contrast and compositions. i esp. love #’s 2 and 4. Def. have a classic feel!

  • Whats Ian Curtis doing these days?

  • Alaina

    The contrast is driving me insane.

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