06.12.11 by Jeff

Mini-film for Native

Here is a mini-film for Native Shoes, co-directed by Corey Adams and meeee (Yes, I actually made something). We spent the last month writing this thing, shooting it, hiring ninjas for it – well, you get the idea. I hope you enjoy it!













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



  • Jon

    Great! A little Beastie Boys’ Sabotage hehehe

    • huge beastie boys fan!

  • Watch it nice and big!

  • Hehe.. Awesome.

  • haha, so silly & fun! i love it. great work!

  • Adi

    WOW – I can’t believe YOU made this!!! Great work!

  • The only thing this was missing was some Man Wolfs!

    All this, for some shoooes!

  • Hilarious!

  • Rune

    Nice commercial :-)

  • If only all ads were like this one, I wouldn’t watch television for the programs- that’s for sure!

  • glad you guys enjoyed it!

  • Ben

    Was that you ninja-ing?

  • great work Jeff !! Looks Fun! *D





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