Posts tagged “creativity”

Secrets to Developing Your Act with Carisa Hendrix

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.

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Music, Magic and Using Your Other Passions with Jonathan Friedman

Musician-turned-magician Jonathan Friedman joins Jonah this week to discuss combining outside passions with your magic and how magic has changed over the years. Jonathan is the best selling author of The 80’s Called…They Want Their Magic Book Back Vol. One and The Magic of Jonathan Friedman: The Musical.

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Innovation and Being Unsatisfied with Existing Methods with Axel Hecklau

We are very excited to have Axel Hecklau join us. He is an award-winning magician, taking second place for parlour magic at the 2018 FISM World Championship, who brings his unique insight to improving existing methods this episode.

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The Internet, Creation, and Mutant Powers with Kyle Marlett

This week Jonah and Tyler talk with magician Kyle Marlett about his new show Mutant Powers. Kyle explains the ins and outs of working in the world of magic and how he has become a fantastic magic consultant and creator.

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Magic Consulting and Making Your Own Inspiration with Daniel Garcia

In this perfectly timed episodes days after David Blaine’s special we have the very bright Daniel Garcia telling us about the ups and downs for consulting. Garcia consults for many of the major TV magicians including Cyril, Dynamo and of course David Blaine.

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Creativity Through Self Expression Instead of Endless Resources with Mathieu Bich

If you are into creative methods for magic, than I recommend listening to this episode. Mathieu Bich turns the standard notions of creativity on their head by chatting about the process h goes through to create magic, More importantly he chat’s about the purpose of his magic creation: himself.

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