Natascha Erfanipour is currently in her final year of the bachelor Cultural Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. During her studies she focused on language ideology and religion. Due to her Iranian background, she is also highly interested in the social-political aspects within the Iranian context. She currently works as a volunteer with women who experiences domestic violence in the Netherlands. During the Visual Anthropology course in Athens, Natascha was intrigued by the possibilities that are created by using a camera as a research tool. Safar is therefore an good example of how underlying structures can be made visible through the telling of individual stories.