American Urbex started as a proof-of-concept graduate school program demonstrating how free online resources could be used to create rich education content. It is a project that has taken on a life of its own beyond the classroom. As American Urbex grows it has gained attention outside of the urbex community. Fortunately most of it has been positive. That’s something I’d like to continue moving forward into the future.
If you have any feedback for American Urbex please leave a comment. I will address it as best I can.
Thanks for your continued support,
PS: There are more podcasts coming.
I’ve been following your project for quite some time now and I find it very interesting!
I often skim through urbex photos thinking that a while ago these places that are now abandoned and in the process of being reclaimed by nature had people working and living there. It is one of those moments when one would say “if walls could speak”!
You do a terrific job researching and uncovering some of the stories – in a way, you’re making those mould-covered walls speak. 🙂
Thank you, and keep up the good work!