He was a quadragesim-finalist (that means he got to the top 40) on Season 13 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, has toured with Band of Magicians in New Zealand and Australia, and has rejected every Hogwarts acceptance letter he ever received.
The best magician you've never heard of.
Kevin is an innovative thinker and magician with fresh genre-bending magic.
Kevin is known for...
- Mind blowing magic
- Mind reading
- Spoken word poetry
- Hip Hop
- Sleight of Hand
- Unnecessary Listmaking
A history of magic.
Kevin can read minds. Predict the future. Stop time. Rap. Or maybe he can’t, and it’s all an illusion. There are no rabbits, top hats, or cutting people in half here—taking inspiration from David Blaine, Penn & Teller, and other modern illusionists and comedians, Kevin is known for being both magical and frighteningly tall.
What began as a childhood escape into a world of fantasy and adventure turned into a decades-long fascination with magic and illusion and three acclaimed underground “magical” shows. Kevin’s background in theater, spoken word, and a fascination with the human condition have led to performances that blend genres and create an interactive, one of a kind experience. His latest, MAGIC MAN plays monthly at The Palace Theater in San Francisco.
PURPLE SUIT, WHITE CAP, LANE 6.
Kevin is also a wizard in the water. The literally two years of his life (he counted the hours) worth of training led to his becoming one of the top internationally ranked swimmers in the world. In the pool Kevin specializes in sprint freestyle, and has competed for spots on the U.S. Olympic Team twice, in 2012 and recently in 2016, where he placed 55th in the U.S. in the 50 freestyle. He has held multiple records at UC Santa Barbara, his alma mater, and today swims representing the Olympic Club in San Francisco.