07.02.11 by Jeff

Hannah Starkey

Photos by Hannah Starkey.

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photographer photography hannah starkey

photographer photography hannah starkey

photographer photography hannah starkey

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



  • http://www.nancyroseknows.tumblr.com Nancy

    I’m going to see her exhibition in march :) I LOVE her photos, there almost like paintings. My favorite is the last one.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      yes they are very painterly, from what i understand she uses actors

  • lapetitefaon

    beautiful, I love how even the fourth image manages to convey the same sense of longing as the other ones even without people!

  • http://sarahfreemanart.com Sarah Freeman

    Reminds me of Vermeer.

  • Danny

    I love the first, I really enjoy her work but had never seen that one. Tom Hunter is another British artist who has a similar painterly quality. He recreated a Vermeer painting in one of his pieces.

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

    It’s a pity she doesn’t have a proper portfolio site. But then again, I suppose that only enhances the ephemeral/cinematic nature of her images.

    The photo that follows the saatchi link might be my favorite.





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