19.01.11 by Jeff

Olivia Bee

Photos by Olivia Bee.

photographer photography olivia bee
photographer photography olivia bee

photographer photography olivia bee

photographer photography olivia bee

photographer photography olivia bee

photographer photography olivia bee













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



  • Love it.

  • Bones

    I really like the top one, really nice atmosphere to it.

  • They all remind me of summer, which is just what I need on a nasty winter day like today.

  • stephaknee

    everyone should look at her flickr page. this selection is good, but is honestly just the tip of the iceberg in her work. there is so, so much more to see.

  • LOVE. the first most of all.

  • Taro

    HAYDENNNNNNN

    (4th from top..)

  • Love at first…..

  • really check her out great captures of youth

  • AMAZING ! SIMPLY AMAZING ! A TRUE ARTISTE !

  • oliver

    the first one is really good

  • freaaan

    she’s an amazing artist and she captures life in a way to where its not just point and click- she captures all the feelings that come along with that second! her flickrs great!

  • fiorella

    i love the blue dress on the ground, contrasting the green. that brings such a fantastic feeling, between the colors and the setting…. happy

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my god oh my god oh my god, I don’t even know where to start, there is soooooo much good work on her site, ahhhh! Plus they were taken in Oregon? (Judging based on a license plates in a few of the photos) aka the greatest/most beautiful state in the US. Such a lovely collection

  • lapetitefaon

    ummm AND SHE IS 16?!!! unreal talent

  • Rebecca

    First, fourth and last are amazing!

  • Right on film quality on that last image. I love his expression, oh and his bod.

  • luisana

    LOVE.

  • Joe

    First pic is very cool. I hear Otis Redding in the background.





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