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Referred to as the "smooth talking stud of magic" by the Montreal Mirror. Spidey has been making a mark in the magic community since his early teenage years. As a performer he has toured Canada, the U.S and the Caribbean, made the finals of Canada's Got Talent and landed his own on screen show in his hometown. As a creator he has released several top selling DVD's and collaborated with some of the biggest names in magic such as Richard Sanders, Wayne Houchin and now; theory11. As a licensed hypnotist with a degree in social psychology, Spidey's biggest ambition is to combine mentalism, hypnosis, and psychology in order to advance his own form of magic which he refers to as social magic. He is also potentially the worst flourisher on the face of the earth and makes cardistry experts wear oven mitts when they hang out.


Q&A with Spidey

What first attracted you to mentalism specifically - what about mentalism inspired your passion?

As much as I have always loved magic and still do, my passion for the bizarre comes from the fact that I have always wanted to have super powers. The problem with magic is that sometimes; it's clearly a trick. Don't get me wrong, the audience is completel

Who are some of your inspirations?

Every single magician, mentalist, hypnotist, juggler, singer, dancer, circus performer and bearded lady I have ever seen have inspired me. I get inspired by performance in general and I can learn something from every performer I see, even if that somethin

Do you think technology (internet) has helped or hurt the art of magic?

Both! I believe that technology has hurt magic by making it accessible. Laymen can go on YouTube type "bending a spoon" and half an hour later, they'll have a very good idea as to how it was done. At the very least the internet will confirm for them that

What is your favorite effect?

This question is a trap! I'm not doing it! I am not answering! YOU CAN'T MAKE ME! The reason I am saying this is because I might answer this question now, and then you can ask me again in five minutes and my answer will be completely different. It depends