26.04.12 by Jeff

Hanna Putz

Photographer Hanna Putz photography
Photos by Hanna Putz.

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

Photographer Hanna Putz photography

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



  • gupisito

    danggggg

  • so weird. but so good. love the tension in the last one.

  • Shaya Ishaq

    i love the glare in the first photo but also the various ways that people’s faces are hidden in the others. the contrast in the second is phenomenal. really interesting set!

  • joey

    maybe its cus im sleep deprived but these images FREAKED me out man…. too scared to scroll through em again!

  • Maar

    love it, especially the 4th photo. the second one kinda reminds me of bruna kazinoti’s work.

  • Campbellsibthorpe

    kind of reminds me a bit of charlie engmans work. 

  • lepetitfaon

    ommmmgaaaaahhhhh what is going on these are strange and amazing, loving the matrix movement in the third, and come on the woman with a total look of detachment holding a baby upside down, so freaky, all of these photos would be interesting on their own but grouped together WHAO! Nice selection/order Jeff!





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