19.04.11 by Jeff

Swampy

Photos by Swampy.

artist photographer swampy

artist photographer swampy

artist photographer swampy

artist photographer swampy

artist photographer swampy













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



  • These photos capture some idea of America that I’ve always wanted to experience but never have.

  • love it. that first photo is in my hometown.

  • adam

    squatters/hobos/adventurers

  • Amazing set – love the bottle one.

  • one of my favorite dudes to follow on flickr. in the words of kurt vile, “Ridin on the freak train, train train train! Well there’s a whole new story there!”

  • thefutureisamyth

    what town/state is that bridge in?

    • richmond, virginia

  • Swampy is awesome – and he shoots with a Pentacon 6!

  • the best of the best

  • this dudes stuff is the sause!

  • m.clegg

    RVA baby. I’ve swung on the rope so many times.

  • Amazing, photos no 1. gentle man…

  • really wonderful work and photos!

  • lapetitefaon

    beautiful

  • that first photo stopped me dead in my tracks. love those summer days at belle isle!

  • sam

    does anyone know where his flickr went?
    flickr.com/toothpaw seems to have disappeared…

    • yea i noticed that a month or so ago – not sure what happened

  • adam

    guess he’s left the public eye.. his site is down too. bummer

  • adam

    upon further googling, someone posted a link to this- http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/video?id=8367018

    can anyone verify that was swampy?!





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