On a constant journey of discovery since birth, philosophical illusionist James David Parker uses conjuring and magic as a tool to express the essence of life. A top award-winning magician, James’ creative performances leaves crowds across the world in total awe and wanting to see more.
With an array of incredible reviews from celebrities including Jennifer Aniston and musicians Kaiser Chiefs, James David Parker has been likened to Picasso and other famous artists.
There is no doubt that James is a world-class illusionist. His performances enlighten and entertain, he’s a world speaker and the perfect corporate entertainment. He spends his time as a keynote at large events, consulting for large companies and also teachings around his illusions in the form of workshops.
Philosophical Illusionist James David Parker likens himself to the character Eisenheim in the 2006 film ‘The Illusionist’. The delightful story of art and deception by Orson Welles, ‘The Illusionist’ places the film viewers watch at the centre of the illusion. Told mostly in flashback by Vienna’s Chief Inspector Uhl, the film revolved around the political and philosophical duel between Eisenheim the Illusionist (Edward Norton) and Crown Prince Leopold (Rufus Sewell).
The movie sets up a fascinating parable about art, religion and politics, and the misty boundaries between them. Interestingly, James David Parker’s career has embodied this. Having studied politics at university and going onto consult British government and even meeting Tony Blair during his time as Prime Minister, James really does strike resemblance to Eusenheim, the politician who lets his illusions speak for themselves.
Available for wedding entertainment and corporate events, James David Parker is the illusionist for you and will without a doubt delight your audience. A craft built up over a lifetime, the skills James brings to his performances are unbelievable… you’ll have never seen anything or anyone like him before.
Find out more about the philosophical illusionist James David Parker at his website: www.jamesdavidparker.com