Photographer George Georgiou begins nine-day residency on Ipswich buses

George Georgiou has been taking photographs through the window on Ipswich buses and is part of 'Last

George Georgiou has been taking photographs through the window on Ipswich buses and is part of 'Last Stop', a photo project to be published as a book, which aims to document the city, its movements and migrations, its landscape and architecture, its diversity and energy. His work will also be displayed at PhotoEast. - Credit: Gregg Brown

An award winning photographer who has plied his trade in the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Turkey begun a nine-day residency on Ipswich buses yesterday.

London Bus No. 7. Russell Square to East Acton. <br><br>[This image was photographed through the win

London Bus No. 7. Russell Square to East Acton. [This image was photographed through the window of one of London's double decker busses and is part of 'Last Stop', a photo project now published as a book, which aims to document the city, its movements and migrations, its landscape and architecture, its diversity and energy.] - Credit: George Georgiou/PANOS

George Georgiou will be documenting life in the town from the buses for his stay, which yesterday included work from the free town centre shuttle bus.

London Bus No. 7. Russell Square to East Acton. <br><br>[This image was photographed through the win

London Bus No. 7. Russell Square to East Acton. [This image was photographed through the window of one of London's double decker busses and is part of 'Last Stop', a photo project now published as a book, which aims to document the city, its movements and migrations, its landscape and architecture, its diversity and energy.] - Credit: George Georgiou/PANOS

Supported by Ipswich Borough Council and Ipswich Buses, the project is part of the PhotoEast festival which launches on May 24.

George Georgiou has been taking photographs through the window on Ipswich buses and is part of 'Last

George Georgiou has been taking photographs through the window on Ipswich buses and is part of 'Last Stop' - Credit: Gregg Brown

Ipswich buses will then display some of his work throughout the next 24 months.

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