I started learning magic* at the age of 5.
I wasted the first 4 years of my life. LOL.
I started street performing when I was 12.
I then became a professional magician at 13
and now perform at birthday parties, weddings, corporate events, private parties etc.
I lied about all these ages because I can't remember.
I can do magic though.
*I cannot do actual magic
What is Magic Design?
I design and choreograph magical moments in theater. Big and small. Simple and complex.
Amongst the photos on the right is one from a show I worked on called "Maybe Tomorrow." In this "bathroom sink drama," the props, which began as mimed, slowly and unnoticeably became real as the play progressed. That was my job:
1) Figure out how to make a bathroom's worth of junk appear.
2) Teach the actors how to do it. You have 10 minutes and a roll of duct tape.
I'm currently interested with making new-weird-magicy-theater/videography.
Here is a video of one of my first attempts at that.
I still perform at children's birthdays regularly.
I can curtail my show to meet the needs of any venue or environment. I can do 20 minutes or 2 hours. I can work around a theme or aesthetic. Or just be a dancing monkey boy. Give me a spot and just say go!*
I more often perform for adults- cocktail parties, fundraisers, corporate gatherings etc. I engage guests with playful, funny, not-annoying close up magic that breaks the ice and gets people talking to each other- like jazz. Magic is mostly about getting everyone (no matter the age) focused on a common goal.
I also perform silently. shhhh.
*Please also tell me when to get off the stage