About this Blog
This blog details the "backstage business" of professional illusionist, illusion designer, author & show producer, J C Sum.
It also explores how creative & artistic individuals can position themselves to be commercially successful in their respective fields.
Whether you are an entertainer, film-maker, designer, musician, artist, actor or animator, this blog strives to offer insights based on the art, science and business of one of Asia’s most commercially successful practitioners of the magic arts.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
The always entertaining and informative Inside Magic magic news site did a Celebrity Interview with Singapore’s very own ‘Magic Babe’ Ning. She is the first Singapore magician ever to be interviewed! Ning gave in-depth answers to her questions and they … Continue reading
We are all gearing up for “The Aerial Exit” which is happening on 12 Dec 2010, Sun at 5pm! This is the grand finale to the 2010 “Explore Singapore” campaign by the National Heritage Board, which Ning & I are … Continue reading
Not surprisingly about 25% of the readers of this blog are magicians, both professional and amateur as well as magic enthusiasts. With the revamp of the look of this blog, I have also created a page just for magicians and … Continue reading
Just before our “Illusions of the Mind” public sneak previews on 20 Nov, we sat down with Red Dot Magic, a Singapore magic news site, for an exclusive interview. This is the most in-depth video interview we have ever done … Continue reading
If you are a regular reader of this blog, you will notice a change in the design and the look of the site. I thought I would freshen things up a bit since the old look of the blog was … Continue reading
Yesterday’s shows at the Mint Museum of Toys was a huge success with four sold-outs shows! As a way to thank all our friends and fans for your continous support (whether is is attending our shows, spreading the word or … Continue reading
We had a tremendous time performing at the Mint Museum of Toys as part of the actitivities of the Explore Singapore 2010 campaign. As you probably realize if you are familiar with our work, we typically do not perform “kids … Continue reading