“Friday Gathering Project“ is an in-depth exploration of the living conditions of low-income migrant workers in their humble accommodations in Kuwait, bordering on high-end neighborhoods and landmark architecture. These workers are living on the margins of society though they play a key role in shaping and maintaining its physical environment.
Non Citizens of Kuwait
Environmental portraits of the low income laborers working and living in Kuwait.
Hand Portraiture try to capture images of hands while in action.
Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa Center
A visit to a traditional Bahraini houses which have been restored by Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Center for Culture and Research.
The Empty Chairs
The Empty Chairs project aims to capture the different scenery in which empty chairs are discovered in visually surreal or out of the ordinary environments. Through these images I examine the relationship between the empty chair and it’s surrounding. Each image tells a story, where the chair is the narrator and protagonist, speaking of its past inhabitant and its context.
Each scene was photographed as it is and was left untouched, preserving the authenticity of the chaotic ensemble.
When I started sharing my pictures through the social media networks, it was suggested to me that I use the ongoing hashtag emptychairsproject, which I chose to borrow as a title for this collection.
Kuwait Street Art
An attempt to document the modest street art scene in Kuwait.