Jonathan Camuzeaux is a French-American musician, theater artist, photographer and environmentalist. He was raised in Paris, France, and relocated to New York in 2009.
In New York, Jonathan has been active composing, performing and directing music for theater and other performance-based projects. His credits include: The Golden Drum Year (Radical Evolution, University Settlement), EARTH (A Play About People) (Superhero Clubhouse, Drama League), Decline & Fall or A Guide to How the End Begins for Those Too Big to Fail (New York Theatre Workshop), Flying Ace and The Storm of the Century (Superhero Clubhouse, Odin Teatret, Denmark), Wilde Kane (NYTW), One Heart for Two (Winkel & Balktick), Phaedra’s Cabaret (Flux Industries), Brave Ducks (Living Theatre, 2011 New York International Fringe Festival), Birthday Triage (Columbia Stages), Much Ado About Nothing (Classic Stage Company).
Jonathan is a core member of the eco-theatre company Superhero Clubhouse and the co-founder of its Sci-Art Lab. This bimonthly workshop is dedicated to exploring models of collaboration between theatre artists and environmental scientists, with the goal of creating rigorous science-based theatre performance that draws on the most pressing environmental issues of our time. In 2012, Jonathan created the multi-disciplinary photography project Stack of Fives in order to explore how artists from different disciplines approach storytelling. He is also the resident music director for The Live Lunch Series and Phaedra’s Cabaret, as well as the bassist for the Brooklyn-based soul band Lady Moon & The Eclipse.
Jonathan holds a Master of Jazz History from Bordeaux III University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He works as a Senior Economic Analyst at Environmental Defense Fund in New York.