For the series ‘Last Night At The Bus Stop‘, New York-based photographer Travis Huggett captured everyday scenes of people on their commute. The photographs depict emotionless facial expressions in fluorescent light and although it’s a common sight, the images evoke a feeling of emptiness. On the inspiration behind the series, Huggett says: “The first thing I saw was the contrast, looking into the overlit buses as they wound their way through the streets at night. Next it was the faces, weary riders, tired, enduring the last bit of their public day, already slipping into their private lives.” Huggett focuses on portrait as well as fashion photography and his work has appeared in various magazines such as Vanity Fair, The New York Times and New York Magazine.
All images © Travis Huggett