Jonathan Humphreys is a freelance director. He works in a variety of contexts from large scale main house productions of classics to small scale work in libraries. For the last two years, Jonathan has been Associate Connections Director for the National Theatre Connections programme. He is Artistic Director of Attic Theatre Company creating new shows for audiences in south west London with leading writers.

He trained at Drama Centre London before working as an assistant director at the National Theatre and RSC. He was awarded the Regional Young Theatre Director bursary in 2010 to Sheffield Theatres where his production of Beckett's Happy Days won a TMA award.

His productions include: The Rivals (Watermill Theatre); The Mighty Walzer (Manchester Royal Exchange); Romeo and Juliet, Boeing Boeing, The Village Bike (Sheffield Theatres); The Circus (Invisible Dot); The Hotel Plays (Defibrillator); Krapp's Last Tape, Spoonface Steinberg (Hull Truck); Mojo Mickybo (Trafalgar Studios); Moscow Live (Hightide).

His first short film, The Send Off, was commissioned by BBC and has played at festivals internationally.

He works as a visiting director and teacher for many leading drama schools as tutor for Open Door, which helps young people from economically disadvantaged background to access leading drama schools.

Jonathan is a board member of Stage Directors UK and represents directors on Equity's Directors and Designers Committee.