18.01.11 by Jeff

Doug Dubois

Photos by Doug Dubois.

photographer photography doug dubois

photographer photography doug dubois

photographer photography doug dubois

photographer photography doug dubois

photographer photography doug dubois

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

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  • lapetitefaon

    ha, love these moments, the last especially, and the facial expression of the girl in the third, sigh

  • http://www.bingbangpouf.wordpress.com Marianne

    Love those pictures… !

  • http://paperboundbirds.blogspot.com Sarah J.

    So so beautiful. These moments speak so much truth

  • http://www.mattkowal.net Matt Kowal

    I get the feeling he’s got a camera in a hip holster. I think it’s beautiful work. These moments are only attainable by viewing life through ground glass. Always partially removed, always observing, always ready.

    • fiorella

      agreed. it feels a true inspiration coming from the moment itself.

  • http://kidsonholiday.tumblr.com/ Anna

    There is something so raw about these photographs it’s almost frightening.

  • http://thefourth.tumblr.com Jimmy

    These photos feel very Lynchian.

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