Something, I rarely do is to face a subject straight on. While a traditional composition for documentary work, find it produces a closed image. No way for the viewer move, kind of a "in your face" way to present a subject.
Here a viewer can "escape" by using the right side of the image. Appearing closed, it is actually open allowing for the movement beyond the surface of the frame.
A closed image provides answers, while an open image will raise questions.
Prefer to challenge with questions, than provide answers.