Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic have adapted baks, small traditional market stalls used in Haiti, onto decrepit children's push chairs. This allows them to, invisibly and stealthily, circumnavigate the city to sell candies, crisps and coffee whilst able to react and move quickly if they need to escape the authorities. All the baks are stored in a small depot in the Haitian quarter and wrapped and bound before storage for security.

The final project includes portraits of wrapped and unwrapped baks and a short film made at the depot which shows the love, attention, ritual, aesthetics, community and social life involved in the storage and preparation of the baks.