07.07.11 by Jeff

Ryan McGinley

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

Photos by Ryan McGinley.

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 

Photographer Ryan McGinley photography

 

 













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



  • Lotte

    These are fantastic! The one with the man running in the field, reminds me strongly of the cover from Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Spilum Endalaust, a cd from Sigur Ros!

  • I love his work but I’m a little surprised to see him on this website…

    • toby

      I thought the exact same thing

    • lapetitefaon

      same!

  • THE GRAND MASTER!!!!

  • Lea

    Only the nudes do believe in their ideals :)

  • Yes, lots of naked. I like that second one – there’s something funny about being naked save the shoes. when I was in college the models hated wearing they’re shoes whilst nude.

  • I really like the retro look of the images, they have that 70’s feel of freedom with the nakedness as well as the colours of the images, sort of washed out look. My favourite is the last one, mostly for the expression on the girl’s face but also for the simplicity of it and tranquility of the water.

  • terzpa

    <3 all of it! and even more :P

  • Nice to see him on the website – his one of the best nowadays. But I don’t understand why you haven’t blogged about him for years ago? :-)

  • Leine

    Great pics, one of the Sigur Ros videoclips he made was also marvellous!!

    http://vimeo.com/3987450

  • Incredible photos!
    I love that kind of subject that bring who sees it, simplicity and happyness!

    houseofpixel.it

  • He catches wild animals in his pictures. I can feel the freedom, i can smell it so strong.

  • One of the best descriptions I’ve ever heard for his work:

    “Beautiful young people doing beautiful things, naked.”





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