In his series, “Day to Night,” Wilkes photographs a scene “for a minimum of ten hours, from the same perspective, capturing a fluid visual narrative of day into night within a single frame.”

His merge of classic street photography and cityscape styles through the meticulous conflation of images renders these iconic scenes as “a definitive view of New York City’s epic scale, along with the humanity and energy which flow through the city’s streets.” Recently, Wilkes has been adding other locations to the series, too, including Jerusalem and Shanghai.