Manhattan in Ten DaysWalking and painting in vibrant New York City
Here Grows New YorkThe first ever data visualization to show NYC's urban growth from 1609 to 2020
Old Essex County JailAn exhibit and case study about the social history of a nineteenth-century jail
Newark MetamorphosisDocumenting changes to Newark's built environment through photography
Amiens CathedralA vision of Gothic architecture
Urban history and built environment
Myles studies the history and planning of cities. He has a keen interest in the urban and architectural history of the New York metropolitan region, as well as topics in urban history more broadly. He is interested in how politics, race, and culture are imprinted on the form of the built and urban environment. In some form or another, all of his work reflects Winston Churchill's observation that "we shape our buildings and afterwards our buildings shape us."