Manhattan New York. The photographer wanders around the streets taking pictures of the night. The city functions as an enormous urban landscape a crucible digesting everything. His lens focuses on the facades of buildings which harbor emblematic companies, advertising billboards, shop windows of multinational corporations close for the night, big brand name fashion shops, a personal reference to the occupation of the photographer. The human presence is scarce and implied. Just silhouettes behind window panes, few lonesome passers by, or even shop dummies imitating life. His point of view is almost impressionistic, capturing what he sees without the intention of commentary or criticism only with the light ironic tenderness of a night wanderer.