Jonathan is a staple of the theater and performing arts scene in New York City and has written and collaborated on several books, plays, screenplays and short films. As a theater director and maker, he has devised, directed and created site-specific performances, dramatic plays and production spectacles.

Through his alter ego, The Vintage DJ, he has toured internationally and performed at major events including The Academy Awards Governors Ball "The Oscars", The White House Correspondents' Dinner , Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the New York Knicks Hardwood Classic at Madison Square Garden. Also as The Vintage DJ, he has hosted The Time Machine on East Village Radio and hosts Inspired by a Song and The Time Machine Redux online.

An alumnus of Skidmore College and a student of the graduate directing program at The University of California at San Diego, Jonathan is also a founder and member of the Obie Award-winning theater company, The National Theater of the United States of America (NTUSA). Jonathan lives with his family in Brooklyn and is currently earning a Degree in Media Studies from Queens College with a thesis on Children's Middle Grade fantasy writing.