Since the age of ten, the amazing world of magic has been the realm of Christopher The Magician. Christopher’s interest in magic began with an after-school magic class. Little did he know that he possessed the skills to captivate, entertain and mystify an audience, even at that young age. Today, over 6000 performances later, Christopher still has the magic touch.
Christopher has been seen across the United States and beyond. He spent a summer representing Nabisco Corporation in their acclaimed “Oreo-Unlock the Magic” promotion in hundreds of supermarkets. During a year of living and performing in Japan, he amazed thousands of Japanese with his skills as a magician and his ability to present much of his repertoire in their native language. Travels to Hollywood have included a performance at the world famous “Magic Castle.” In the Valley, Christopher is a local favorite of groups like the Phoenix Public Libraries, Westcor Shopping Centers, the Valley of the Sun YMCA, City of Phoenix, and dozens of other well-known groups that have invited him back time and again for performances. These organizations know that they can count consistently on Christopher’s professional, entertaining shows to satisfy and delight audiences at their special events.
Christopher notes that magic is more than just performing for an audience. It has proven to be a great icebreaker in social situations and is crucial to improving skills such as personal expression, public speaking and self confidence. With this in mind, he has shared his gift of magic with children and adults through his magic classes offered in several cities. On a personal note, Christopher holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Central Michigan University and a Master’s Degree in International Management from Thunderbird Graduate School.
More than anything else, Christopher’s high energy performances are fun. Filled with comedy and lots of audience participation, his rapport with the audience makes the show flow smoothly. The shows aren’t just fun for the audience either. Christopher notes, “Many people comment after my shows that it looked like I had a lot of fun during the show. I never realized it was so obvious, but I truly love what I do.” And Christopher’s young audiences do, too!