Fascinated by the human race, Mike Harvey turned his taxi into a cabinet of curiosities. Harvey moonlights as a driver to help fund his trips abroad to discover how other people live, including the passengers of his taxi in Swansea, Wales. As attentive and discreet as a therapist, he watches, observes and lets them express what makes them unique, their secrets and their suffering, emerging with a short urban philosophy in sincere black and white images that are curious and endearing.
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