You can see some of his evocative and dramatic photographs here: http://time.com/3422454/fragile-minds-inside-an-iranian-mental-hospital/
"The patients have television and air conditioning, an ambulance and good doctors. Certain medications can be hard to get, since international sanctions imposed on Iran have caused prices of various goods to soar. Hajimohammadi Saniabadi said most patients spent their days the same way: They wake up, walk around inside or within the fenced yard, talk to themselves or one another or visitors, take medicine after every meal, then go to sleep. That presented a challenge of how to capture not only their unique plight, but also the way their imaginations countered the systemic monotony of their days."