Jay King

Jay King


Jay Christopher King is a community manager and artist, who co-founded The Experiencer Group with Stuart Davis and Kirsten Blackburn. After showing art through grad school, he began working in television as a writer/producer for travel, adventure, and food shows, primarily for the Discovery Channel and its properties. In recent years he transitioned to art again, and began doing work for the ufology researcher and historian Richard Dolan.

Before and especially during the pandemic, Jay became heavily involved in hosting and co-hosting a network of private, confidential support groups for fellow experiencers of anomalous phenomena. Through that work, he felt a calling that was heavily in need, for experiencers to have a larger private community to share, learn, and grow. Jay’s solo and collaborative artwork has been shown at venues including the Museo de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; James Cohan Gallery, New York; and MoMA PS1. An alumnus of the Skowhegan artist residency, he holds a Fine Art BFA from the School of Visual Arts and an MFA in Film from Bard College.


Past Shows:

  • Area 51 Website Controversy / UFO Crashes

    Joerg Arnu, owner of an Area 51 website, discussed the alleged FBI raid on his home and his girlfriend Linda Hellow's. Followed by researchers James Iandoli and Jay Christopher King on high-profile UFO cases and the pending report to Congress.More »
  • The Experiencer Group

    Co-creators Stuart Davis, Kirsten Blackburn, and Jay King discussed The Experiencer Group, social media for those who’ve encountered ETs, with George Knapp. In the first hour, Michio Kaku talked about relativity versus quantum theory.More »

Last Night

The Greys & Alien Abduction / Open Lines
The Greys & Alien Abduction / Open Lines
Philip Kinsella, clairvoyant medium and UFO investigator/author, joins Connie Willis (info) for a candid look at the phenomenon of the Greys and alien abduction, which appears to mirror additional bizarre, supernatural occurrences across the world. Followed by Open Lines in the...


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