Orestis Seferoglou was born in Athens, Greece in 1990. He lives and works in Athens, photographing for the press. From 2013 to 2015, he worked as a staff multimedia photojournalist for Eleftherotypia National Daily Newspaper and EPSILON magazine covering all the major social and political events in Greece during the period of the financial crisis. Over the last year, he have been working on the refugees and migrants issue in Athens, Greece for his ongoing photographic project “My Name Is”.

The desert as an open space used to have multiple roles and states. Its basic characteristic is uniformity, from every point of view the desert has almost the same image. It is in an in-between state. An almost empty area between organised public and private spaces (villages, cities). The desert is transformed into a modern city on an exponential growth. The elements of the dessert are reformed into these of an artificial oasis. 

West Bay is a newly developed neighbourhood of Doha, in the state of Qatar. It is considered as one of the most prominent areas of the city, being the latest district to be built. Some of the tallest skyscrapers of the country are found in this area. The West Bay can almost be seen from any direction in Doha, making it one of the key marks of the new and rapidly developing Qatar. The city, as seen from these buildings, loses its small details the higher you get. A reshaped part of the desert that still maintains its uniformity.