My goal with every show I perform is to stimulate my audiences to think and wonder. I encourage them to look at the world around them and question what they say. And using laughter and a great sense of humor makes it even easier to use their imagination and embrace a sense of fun.
Here’s something you’d never expect a magician to say: I don’t set out to ‘fool’ anyone. Nope. My goal is to have fun. And along the way, if I can weave some fun life lessons and messages into the mayhem, that’s even better.
Like many young kids, I fell in love with magic at age seven. I was lucky enough to see magicians at my school and local libraries. And I even witnessed one of my friends float in the air! I gobbled up every magic book I could find at my school and public libraries. And my parents even hired a magician to perform at my 11th birthday party.
The magician at my party was kind and supportive. He recognized a kindred spirit. He told my parents about a local magic shop. Upon visiting the shop for the first time, we scooped up an eclectic collection of really cool props. Rings, egg bags, and more. The possibilities seemed limitless.
Around this time as a child, I eagerly awaited David Copperfield’s then-annual magic specials. They were ‘destination viewing’ before that was even a term. And in 1991, my parents took me to see Copperfield live in Providence, RI.
From that moment on, I knew what I wanted to do with my life.
Magic has been my full-time profession for my entire adult life. I had a few part-time jobs here and there, but magic has been very good for me. With the support of my loving wife Shelley and son Cole, I’ve been able to turn an unusual hobby into a lifelong dream.
I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I’d love to bring that same sense of wonder and awe (along with a sense of goofy fun) to your next special event! You can contact me in several ways:
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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