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.
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It is a wrap! After about 4 months of work, 10 episodes of “M for Magic” have been released! Thanks so much to all the viewers and support for the shows. Views are increasing each day and will only grow … Continue reading
“M for Magic LIVE!” is in the history books and performers and crew did an excellent job making the show a great success. The shows were held at Sinema Old School, a theatre that is just perfect for the type … Continue reading
Episode 4 for the new online magic series “M for Magic” is online! This episode was shot a Scape in Orchard and Ning & I presented a cool (literally) piece of magic. Featured in the episode is Harapan Ong and … Continue reading
I wrote about the first 3 days of the filming of “M for Magic” previously here. The series is an independent magic program featuring the future in local magic (youth talents) brought to you by J C Sum & Magic … Continue reading
Over the weekend, we finished filming 9 of the 10 episodes for a new magic series. Designed by Sinema TV, “M for Magic” is an independent magic program featuring the future in local magic (youth talents) brought to you by … Continue reading
The upcoming weeks in Nov will be busy as we have preparations and performances for corporate work every week. The next two months in particular will see us working long hours for half a dozen large-scale customized shows for several multi-national … Continue reading
Now that “The Impossible Record” is over, our day to day operations continue with supporting the regional event industry as well as daily “Ultimate Magic” shows. In case you might be wondering, our life is not defined by this world … Continue reading
At 4pm, the first free show of “Magic Day” kicked off. As one of the objectives of the event was to educate the public on different kinds of magic, the goal was to showcase different types of magic shows throughout … Continue reading