J.P. Robinson was born in Beverley on the East Yorkshire coast of England in 1975. He first became fascinated by the possibility of UFOs and extraterrestrial beings in his late teens during the early 90's; the last decade before the explosion of the internet, influenced at that time by the extraordinary claims of ex-NASA employee and whistle-blower Robert Oechsler.
His research then led him to consider the unexplained mysteries of ancient history and the great civilizations of the past. Inspired by the research of such luminaries as Graham Hancock and John Anthony West, his interest in mankind’s forgotten history soon took hold.
He began honing his writing skills as a keen singer-songwriter for the best part of two decades and following five years of study in Contemporary Photography right through to degree level at Northumbria University, he developed his ability to research extensively and applied this to his dissertation where he received a first with honours. Back in 1998, his work was recommended for a commissioned piece in The Guardian.
During a period as a self-employed freelance photographer he decided it was time to accumulate all of his knowledge and in 2016 he published his first nonfiction book The Alien Enigma followed by The Myth of Man two years later.
He currently lives in Kingston upon Hull with his wife, youngest daughter and Croatian rescue dog Asha where he is working on his third book which looks at the mysteries and anomalies regarding our celestial neighbour the Moon.