London based street photographer George Georgiou is currently working on photographing the hidden side of London streets through bus windows.
Invisible London illustrates the topography and migrations of this global city. Using a double decker bus enables Georgiou to use two viewpoints and act as voyeur, invisible to his intended subjects.
The entire process provides the photojournalist with random unplanned scenes which has enabled him to create realistic images of everyday events that would usually pass us by. The bus also enables him to remain at a safe distance from potential subjects and invisible. It is also an interesting method by exploring migration by using transport himself to get to various photo shoot locations. This has made me think more about my own process and how it can add to the photographic opportunities.