Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell, born on February 3, 1977, is an American contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker, well-known for his mixed media art exhibitions that uniquely blend art, fashion, and film. Based in Los Angeles, California, Corbell is also recognized as a photographer, fashion designer, and author.
In the realm of film, Corbell has made significant contributions, particularly in experimental and documentary filmmaking. His works include “Hunt for the Skinwalker,” based on a book by George Knapp and Colm Kelleher, and the 2018 documentary “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers.” Furthermore, Corbell launched his investigative film series, “Extraordinary Beliefs presented by Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell,” in 2015, which delves into aerospace, military, conspiracy, extraterrestrial, and underworld communities.
Contributions to the UAP Field
Jeremy Corbell has made significant contributions to the field of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), primarily through his role in obtaining, verifying, and disseminating footage and information related to UAP sightings and encounters. Corbell also co-hosts the successful podcast “Weaponized” with his fellow investigative journalist George Knapp. In partnership with Knapp, the pair have said they referred many whistleblowers to congress and AARO, as well as sharing their stories while still respecting their anonymity.
Navy UAP Footage
One of his notable contributions includes the distribution of photos and videos captured by U.S. Navy personnel. This media, which was later confirmed as genuine by the Pentagon, features several compelling UAP sightings, such as a night-vision video at sea, grainy infrared images, and smartphone photos taken from the cockpit of an FA-18 fighter. Among the most striking pieces of footage is a video from the USS Russell, showing unidentified triangular objects flashing in the clouds off the coast of San Diego. These materials were included in the UAP Task Force’s ongoing examinations, underscoring their significance in the field.
Syria Dome UAP
Corbell has also been involved in revealing other notable UAP cases. For instance, he brought to light an incident over Syria where a Royal Air Force Typhoon fighter jet engaged an unidentified aerial vehicle. This event was significant as it was one of the few instances where a military aircraft engaged a UAP. This case, along with others, has been covered in Corbell’s podcast and show “WEAPONIZED,” which he co-hosts with George Knapp.
Further expanding his impact in the UAP field, Corbell revealed the “Mosul Orb” UAP case, involving U.S. military footage from an active conflict zone in Northern Iraq. The footage, taken in April 2016, shows a mysterious object moving purposefully across the sky, captured using a blend of electro-optical and infrared sensors. This case is part of active UAP investigations under the U.S. Department of Defense.
Another significant case Corbell brought attention to was the “Jellyfish” UAP, observed at a U.S. joint operation base in Iraq. This UAP displayed unique characteristics, such as transmedium capability and low observability, challenging traditional understanding of aerial phenomena. The object was also noted for its ability to enter and exit water without visible propulsion or disturbance, a characteristic that added to its mysterious nature.
Corbell’s work extends to the “Baghdad Phantom” UAP case, involving footage taken by a U.S. Air Force Reaper drone north of Baghdad. This UAP, described as cylindrical and moving under intelligent control, was captured in thermographic imagery. Corbell’s focus in this case, as in others, is to promote transparency and understanding of these phenomena, highlighting the need for more open and effective reporting and response mechanisms within the military and intelligence communities.
Through these contributions, Corbell has played a pivotal role in bringing UAP phenomena to the public’s attention, fostering a more open discussion and investigation into these mysterious occurrences. His efforts have been instrumental in reducing the stigma around UAPs and encouraging a more transparent and rational approach to understanding these phenomena.