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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.
Tag Archives: Singapore magic show
It has been quite a few weeks since I’ve blogged. Since we completed our mega stunts, “Ultimate Inversion” and “The Water Vault”, as the closing act for the Singapore Night Festival, we have been headlining a Royal Caribbean Cruise Liner … Continue reading
I’m currently in Taiwan right now but will head back to Singapore for a big production show in mid Oct. We have been booked to stage a full 90-minute illusion showcase for a private corporate event. All our equipment will … Continue reading
After Ning’s highly successful “The Water Vault” mega stunt, it seemed difficult to top her precision executed full view underwater escape. However, I think we did and to a record 10,000-strong audience that packed the entire National Museum facade as … Continue reading
To celebrate our upcoming two mega stunts, we will be offering THREE exclusive autographed “The Water Vault” & “Ultimate Inversion” posters this week to fans & friends WORLDWIDE! All you have to do is post on our Facebook page wall HERE … Continue reading
One day after Ning attempts to escape from “The Water Vault”, both of us will attempt our most dangerous stunt ever – “Ultimate Inversion”! We will attempt the world’s first ever tandem upside down double strait jacket escape where we … Continue reading
In 2007, I undertook a small passion project where I (along with fellow magician Shawn Chua) researched the history of magic in Singapore. You can read that article here. It is with appreciative excitement that, 6 years later, the National … Continue reading