Inside The Night: Franck Bohbot peeks inside the after hours life of New Orleans

There's something enticing about wandering a city's streets at night. When we glance through the windows of warm and inviting bars and restaurants that beckon us into their space.

All images copyright and courtesy of Franck Bohbot

All images copyright and courtesy of Franck Bohbot

A fleeting glimpse of a happy couple enjoying dinner. A sole woman drinking an interesting cocktail at a bar. A waitress at a bustling night café taking orders from diners. This is what Brooklyn-based photographer Franck Bohbot has captured in his latest series, Inside The Night.

Exploring the many streets of America's New Orleans, this is a beautiful collection of images that follow Franck's usual fascination with cities at night. From his poignant Light on NYC series that studies New York City at night – now available as a book – to Tokyo Murmurings where he captures the Japanese capital's artificial light and buzzing atmosphere.

Renowned for his vivid, surreal colour images, Franck is a French photographer living in Brooklyn, NYC. His approach is almost cinematic and his meticulously crafted pictures have a dream-like quality that reflects the mystery of everyday places and life. His unique style has won him international acclaim and important commissions. Discover more at

Via Behance | All images courtesy of Franck Bohbot


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