02.03.11 by Jeff

Eric Ruby

Photos by Eric Ruby.

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



  • Haunting…I am scared of my own country, haha.

  • looks like upstate new york. givin’ me that feeling.

    • lapetitefaon

      I looked on his site because I was like “they look kind of like the pacific northwest…” and it turns out most of these were taken in the midwest! but that’s sort of the beauty they all feel so familiar, its very much Any Town, USA!

      • Actually, the ones selected here are either in Minnesota, Chicago, or Connecticut. Although many photographs on my website are from upstate new york…

    • stalker

      He went to school in upstate new york.

      • lapetitefaon

        isn’t Minnesota and Chicago…the midwest? beautiful work where ever!

  • wow

  • great set, but that first one is outtaathisworrrlddd!

  • the 2nd from the top is amazing.

  • I spontaniously shouted “heeeeeere’s Johnny” when I saw the second photo

  • Don Corleone

    I agree with Garrett Perry. The second from the top is amazing.

  • Greg Fatbert

    This guy slangs pics like a dealer slangs crack. This is the present and future of photography.





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