Posts tagged “art”
This week Jonah sits down with Nate Staniforth to discuss disillusionment, determining your intent, and creating visceral effects. Alongside touring the college circuit, Nate is the author of Here is Real Magic and Clouds and Kingdoms.Secrets to Developing Your Act with Carisa Hendrix November 15th, 2018
Magic podcast hosts collide this episode as Carisa Hendrix, co-host of Shezam, sits down with Jonah to discuss performance, women in magic, cultural theory, and It Factor. Carisa is known for creating characters that draw on her visual arts and sideshow background.Ads, Ethics, AGT September 27th, 2018
This week, Tyler and Jonah sit down to discuss their past month’s projects, advertising, their views on ethics in magic and Shin Lim.Summer Catch-Up and Remaining Q & A September 6th, 2018
We start episode 127 by catching up with Tyler and Jonah. While Tyler hasn’t been performing much practical magic, he has been developing his video and editing skills. Meanwhile, Jonah’s month was steeped with magic.A New Angle on The Chicago Magic Lounge with Ryan Plunkett May 24th, 2018
Ryan Plunkett is well known as the author of A New Angle and from his work at The Chicago Magic Lounge. We’ve been eager to get him on the podcast for some time now. Ryan worked for a while at a magic store. It ended up teaching him about the things that he hated about magic. So much of the industry is based on pushing cheap tricks with little actual value.Understanding Magic with Garrett Thomas November 16th, 2017
Garrett Thomas is an incredible magician, an opinion that was confirmed recently when Jonah saw him perform at the Buffalo 52 magic convention. Garrett first fell in love with magic because of his father. His dad was a huge fan of magic and was friends with the bar magician Eddie Fechter. Who had a brilliant way of teaching people. Fechter taught Garret’s dad a few tricks which were then passed on to young Garrett. That instilled an obsession in him at a very young age. His family has a history of addiction and Garrett feels that he funneled that addictive personality into magic.