Bradley L. Garrett is a writer, photographer and researcher at the University of Oxford. After studying anthropology at the University of California Riverside and working in Australia, Mexico and Hawaii, he became an urban explorer, photographing off-limits urban spaces in both the US and Europe, his exploits have been featured on TV, radio, GQ magazine, the Guardian and the Telegraph. His latest adventures can be followed on www.bradleygarrett.com.
A GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR "Urban exploration is... a way of renegotiating reality, transforming the moment, turning the city into a video game. Except that, in this game, you only have one life."--"Evening Standard" "A unique and electrifying travelogue ... Garrett and his fellow travelers are as fit, agile and fearless as ninja."--"Booklist", Starred Review "For Garrett, physical exploration is merely the outward manifestation of a deeper philosophical inquiry. The theoretical DNA of much of his work traces back to the concept of 'psychogeography.'"--"GQ" "An absorbing read ... Recommended for travel and modern history readers."--"Library Journal"