Bradley Garrett is a social geographer, explorer and photographer based at University College Dublin in Ireland. He has published over 50 academic journal articles and book chapters and writes for several newspapers and magazines. His urban landscape photography has been published in dozens of high-profile international periodicals. Previously an archaeologist with the United States Bureau of Land Management, Brad moved to London in 2008 and began sneaking into lost, forgotten and off-limits places in the city, photographing them, and sharing them with the public.
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. Dr. Garrett’s work has been featured in media outlets around the world, including GQ Magazine and the History Channel in the USA. He has been an invited speaker at The Festival of Dangerous Ideas at the Sydney Opera House (Australia), Chicago Ideas Week and Google Zeitgeist (USA), and at the Tate Modern and Barbican galleries (UK).
Bradley Garrett shared his research into underground bunkers and communities, and the prepping phenomenon. First-hour guest, Professor Slim King updated the DB Cooper mystery. More »