Down in the Hole (c-type print, 2008)


Thousands of migrant workers are deployed to the Arabian Gulf every year in order
to help build up the region's growing infrastructure. They save up small sums of money,
which they send back to their families whom they have left behind. These workers spend
their days toiling in temperatures of up to 50°C, enduring even the occasional sandstorm.
They are housed in workers' compounds, often in cramped conditions, and are afforded
very few human rights.