As an electronic-engineer it was never my goal to perform for others. My intention was to understand how it is possible to enchant someone so that they don't know anymore what they can and can't believe.
I'm always thinking back to the time when I was so astonished by a magician that I thought real magic exists – and this coming from a scientist!
After I have spent a few years learning the principles and techniques behind magic, friends of mine "forced" me to perform at a party. It was my first experience in front of a big group and it was great. They had fun and for me it was such a great feeling that I made so many people happy! Even now it is still a beautiful experience for me when grown people stare at me with child like eyes and completely forget about the outside world (everyday life).
My first experience with a magician I still carry in me and I try to pass this on to my spectators. For me, during the performance, the secret is not the most important thing, but that such inexplicable things happen and in the manner that they occur. It is my ultimate goal that all guests feel comfortable, happy and satisfied at experiencing very magical moments.
I do not like it when a spectator is given a hard time or it comes to a contest between the magician and the audience along the lines of, "Look what I can do, and you do not understand!"
It is all about the enjoyment and celebration of experiencing these moments together – that's what I stand for!
During my electronic studies, I lived for half a year in the United States. In that time I have perfected my English. Because of this, I can now do my complete shows in fluent English.
Magic has led me to many countries and very often in the U.S; such as to Las Vegas, the Mecca of entertaining arts!
The technical background helps me at many events to understand the issues, needs and requirements of my clients plus to speak in their language. I often take on the topics in my presentations and build various industry-specific buzzwords in my presentations.
My magic has nothing to do with the "dusty" image of a magician pulling a rabbit out of his hat, but rather it's the magic that happens close up at the audience and convinces them with visual, clear effects so that they are captivated, fascinated and thrilled!
For me not only strong magic effects are important, I also put much emphasis on humorous entertainment. Visual magic right at the audience without the smoke and mirrors.
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In public there is often the idea that if one knows the secret of a magic trick, everything is clear and it can be performed very easily. All I can say from experience: "Far from it!".
Certainly there are some things, which are easy to do, but the majority consists of really complex principles / mechanisms that interlock. This is the reason why I fell so much in love with magic. I've often thought that sometimes it would be very interesting to explain to the spectators, after a performance, of what has just happened or how this "miracle" came about. This explanation would sometimes be extremely complex and would bring some light into the darkness. Unfortunately, magic lives only in mysteries, so this is not possible. Of course a lot of practice and discipline is involved, so that the spectators are not aware that the magician is splitting his focus between them, the entertainment and the realization of the miracle being performed.
For a miracle, that the audience will talk about and stay with them for a long time, no effort is too great!