15.11.10 by Jeff

Matt Eich

Photos by Matt Eich.

photographer matt eich photography

photographer matt eich photography

photographer matt eich photography

photographer matt eich photography

photographer matt eich photography

photographer matt eich photography













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



  • Simeon

    Best booooooom in a while..

    • lapetitefaon

      AGREED! Such striking subjects and vivid color, plus I love the South! And there is SO MUCH on his site! So much talent

  • tmanfly

    fantastic

  • Great shots!

  • breakfast in europe

    wow these are so stunning, so so good!

  • lovely pics, esp like the one with the grim reaper grinning

    nope fun
    nope fun

  • This is awesome. I actually know him and his family and it’s amazing to see him getting publicity like this. Kudos Boom!

  • Love these photos. My favorite is the picture of the jump. It made me feel energized.

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    I like THEM.

  • This kid is the hottest thing in town , his work is both inspirational and honest . Love to see such
    Unpretentious ,unpredictable honest work ..
    And he.s only a kid .
    Bring it on I want to see more





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