Magic is something I have been interested in since I was eight years old. But unlike most Magicians, I didn’t continue to pursue Magic as a child.
After the death of my mother, I fell into extreme depression. I spent years searching for something to fill the void in my heart since her passing.
I was searching in the wrong places. Self medicating with alcohol and drugs. My decisions were ripping my life apart. I was spiraling downward and there was no landing in sight, and from these depths, Magic saved me.
Upon re entering my life, magic seemingly took over. I had an overwhelming urge to pursue this art form and that feeling was something I haven’t experienced in a long time. Finding magic could not have come at a better time, and I am thankful that it did. Without it, I have no idea where I would be.
Life throws us curve balls and we always have to be ready to swing the bat. No matter how tired, overrun and out of hope you feel, one more swing, one more shot could be all you need.
Find yourself, find your passion and never let it go. We are here for a very short time and enjoying this life is the only way.