and I find people who ask to be found
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Hi, I’m josemonkey, and I find people who ask to be found.
I am a content creator, an online privacy and safety advocate, and an amateur OSINT researcher. While I have no formal training or professional experience in the field, I have been an avid geolocation hobbyist for more than ten years.
Most people know me from my videos in which I pinpoint the location where user-submitted videos were recorded based on the clues I observe. For each video, I explain my approach to figuring out that specific location, and I talk about what information and tools I used to do it. These videos have been seen by millions of people around the world.
Neil Delamere and Dave Moore cover an eclectic mix of topics on the "Why Would You Tell Me That?" podcast. They asked me to join them for episode 2 of their fifth season so I could tell them a bit about myself and what I do. You can find links to their podcast on all the usual platforms here.
Trajectory, the official magazine of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), published this article on social media influencers who specialize in GEOINT. I was one of the people interviewed for that piece.
NeedleStack is a podcast for open-source researchers. I appeared on episode S2E48 of the podcast and had a fun conversation with host Jeff Philips and producer Aubrey Byron.
I am available for interviews, collaborations, and speaking engagements, and I am happy to consider potential brand sponsorship opportunities.
You can also follow me in all the online places you’d expect to find me. See the links above. 😀
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