This new series of work by Tom Leighton explores Tokyo at dusk. These backstage views of the performing city are captured before the lights come on for the next performance. Leighton reveals a quiet, inherently beautiful nightscape, where the daytime feeling of anonymity in a crowd shifts to a lonely sense of being cloaked in darkness. These twilight buildings become monoliths; building blocks for the city rather than places of work or residence, stoically waiting to fulfil their purpose again. Leighton captures the abstract beauty in geometric architecture. He guides us to a pinprick or shaft of light illuminating an otherwise lost detail or individual. The widescreen aspect of this series of work highlights the implied narrative inherent in the images. The cinematic Noir feel encourages storylines constructed from glimpses of the city: stories darting through the shadows, stories ending with the last of the light, and stories only just beginning.