“You ever thought about writing a book?” This question that was often posed to me during my time writing long-form stories for the Stamford Advocate and the Augusta Chronicle. In 2015, I finally did, in the form of Graffiti Murals: Exploring the Impacts of Street Art.

The work started in 2012 as a paper I wrote for the first class I took as part of an urban studies masters degree, blossomed into a thesis, and then hit the stands as a 144 page book built upon a scaffold of six case studies in New York City and the surrounding areas. If you dig graffiti, symbolic interactionism and cultural marxism, have I got a read for you.

“Undoubtedly, every reader will come away knowing something new from “Graffiti Murals” and with a greater appreciation for many of the complexities around them in the US.”
— Brooklyn Street Art

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