Hello and Welcome.
Remember to do two things everyday.
1. Smile. It is contagious and will spread.
2. Be happy
My love of magic started at the ripe old age of 14.
I witnessed what I thought was the coolest thing a 14 year old could see. It was on television back in the day when there were only a hand full of channels. A gentlemen appeared on my magic box(yes a TV) and proceeded to do amazing stuff with a deck of cards. I was overwhelmed and needed to know how it was possible that someone could cheat or manipulate a deck of cards in front of anyone's eyes without them seeing it! So, I did what every kid did in those days. I asked my Grandfather and he directed me to the tomes of knowledge. Other words it was off to the library to find a book.
I found the books on card cheats. There was not a lot, but right next to them were books on Magic. I was hooked. One book lead to another and then another. This led to performing and I have been hooked ever since.
What I discovered from my years of performing magic is that it is not so much about me as it is about the Enjoyment, Amazement and Wonderment I see in both adults and children alike. I perform to make people happy. I would love to share a magical moment with you.
If you are interested in booking a show, please see the contact page.
I am based in King of Prussia, Pa
A tidbit about me.
I know that these words are not enough, but thank you! Thank you for donating your time to our event. Thank you for your tremendous support of the American Diabetes Association. You truly made a difference!
Nearly 24 million children and adults in the U.S. have diabetes. Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes presented by Independence Blue Cross is just one of the ways we are supporting our mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people effected by diabetes.
Your magic show made the overall experience more enjoyable and memorable for our 3,500 walkers. As of today our participants were able to raise over $400,000 to benefit the American Diabetes Association, and the money is still coming in!
American Diabetes Association