I spent a good deal of time in Ho Chi Minh City and have always been fascinated by these Xe Om (literally, "motorbike hug") drivers. Armed with their bikes, a spare helmet and rarely enough change for 100,000 dong, these working class warriors keep the city moving. I would often find them napping across their bikes or relaxing in strange, almost model-like poses. With the beautifully textured backgrounds, in front of which they wait for their passengers, it felt as if the city had handed me dozens of sets on which to photograph these men and their blue collar fashions. Ho Chi Minh City is a rapidly modernizing metropolis that seems to grow faster and faster every year. But even as the Ubers of the world move in, the Xe Om and these drivers remain ubiquitous enough to remind the city of itself for years to come.