Questions & Answers

Where can I see you perform?
I post my events here, and while many are private parties and corporate events which are typically private, some are open to the public. I also have sample performance videos posted here to give you an idea of my performance style. Schedule permitting, I can meet with you at your venue and discuss the options and show you a few tricks.

Do you travel?
It depends on the event, but I generally prefer to stay close to Houston Texas.

Do you work trade shows?
Not typically because of the travel requirements, plus I don’t like doing the same magic tricks over and over which is typical of trade shows.

Do you perform the same show every time?
I do have signature magic tricks that I regularly perform, but I am constantly integrating new illusions into my routine. If you have specific things you would like to see in your show, by all means let me know. But the answer is no, I never perform the same show twice.

Are you a good magician?
Well yes I am, and I don’t blame you for wondering.  I spend countless hours practicing the technical aspects of the art, and I am very polished. Most people who see me perform up close say I’m the best they have ever seen. I also have a background in public speaking and have good stage presence and excellent comedic relief. In short, I’m not only technically proficient, but a talented showman.

How much room do you need?
I can work with any amount of space, if you want a full show with all of the AV support, that takes more room, but I can also perform a two hour show out of my pockets.

The Hilton Clear Lake Discovery Ballroom where I performed for Iscential during their annual celebration was the perfect locations for a full stage show.

Do you recommend a stand up show, or walk around for my event?
If your attendees will be standing, then walk around is best. However if your attendees will be seated, a stage show will allow for more impressive illusions and the audience participation makes for a more entertaining experience. In some cases both are appropriate, for example, I can do walk around before dinner and a show afterwards. I don’t perform during dinner because your attendees will be focused on eating, and not the show.

Do you involve the audience in your show?
Yes of course and it makes the show much more fun when the personalities of people your friends and or coworkers are added to the routines. I take great care to make people feel good about their involvement and never embarrass them.

Do you perform at children’s parties?
Yes I do, as long as they are old enough to appreciate impossibility. Bending the laws of physics is not that impressive when you don’t understand them, I find that age 10 is a pretty good guideline.

What are your audio visual requirements?
If I’m doing a stage show, I typically bring my own sound system and microphone. I have additional hand held mics and your are welcome to use my system for announcements and such. If you are providing the sound system, I will need a headworn mic as well as a 3.5mm input at my podium for this. I also bring a 100″ screen with a camera over my table so the audience can see the closeup magic clearly. I also play music before, after and during certain routines throughout the show.