“UnTitled” focuses on a series of paintings featuring migrant workers in Doha, Qatar, a group I have observed while living and working in the area. The migrant workers fall within the lowest classes of Qatari society, they exist on the edges and handle varied forms of manual labor. The workers conceal and reveal their faces in an interesting and thought-provoking manner, but they are largely ignored. While their dress is aligned with regional trends, there are stylistic considerations present that express individual character. One does not see the worker’s face at all—their identity is completely masked. However, it is possible to get a sense of their personality and humanity. They are anonymous but still have hopes, dreams, and unique lives. By creating these paintings, I hope to elevate these workers to a place of importance—reposition them at the center of their lives, and provide them notice, recognition, and appreciation.