18.01.11 by Jeff

Doug Dubois

Photos by Doug Dubois.

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photographer photography doug dubois

photographer photography doug dubois

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



  • amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

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

  • Love those pictures… !

  • So so beautiful. These moments speak so much truth

  • 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.

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

  • These photos feel very Lynchian.





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