MANHATTAN BUSES - NEW YORK CITY
Bands are still playing behind the closed doors of half a dozen night clubs. The river wind lifts yesterday’s paper the length of a block. A water wagon rolls by. A solitary taxi tracks the wet paving. Goodnight darling, goodnight, goodnight.
—New York City Guide (WPA, 1939)
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Travis Huggett is a New York City-based photographer. He grew up in Rhode Island and studied photography at The Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Though primarily working in music, fashion, and fine art, his experience also includes traveling with The Vanishing Cultures Foundation as its staff photographer. His images have appeared in Vanity Fair, as album covers, and on his mother’s mantelpiece. He lives in the Lower East Side of Manhattan with his wife and son, and never knows whether to write “on” the Lower East Side or “in” the Lower East Side. See more of his work on his website, www.travishuggett.com, follow him @travishuggett on Twitter and Instagram and find him on Tumblr at travishuggett.tumblr.com and lastnightatthebusstop.tumblr.com.