Bradley L. Garrett

Bradley L. Garrett is an American social and cultural geographer based at the University of Sydney, whose work involves ‘finding the hidden in the world’, and
lies at the intersections of cultural geography, archaeology and visual methods. His first book, EXPLORE EVERYTHING: Place-Hacking the City, is an account of his adventures trespassing into ruins, tunnels and skyscrapers in eight different countries. He writes for, among others, The Guardian, and his work has been featured in media outlets worldwide, including Channel 4, ITV and the BBC in the UK (where he is a regular contributor. Garrett was a postdoctoral fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford, and has been an invited speaker at The Festival of Dangerous Ideas at the Sydney Opera House (Australia, Chicago Ideas Week and Google.

Details of his current research, media projects, publications and events can be found at www.bradleygarrett.com.