Open up this blog post to see highlights from a new-format show I did in Brooktondale, New York last week. It was a close-up magic show, meaning that I was seated at a table much of the time, doing magic with cards, bills, and other small items that typically would be hard for a large audience to see. BUT . . . a video camera was focused on the table (and my hands), and fed to a 43″ TV screen, so everyone could see close-up exactly what was happening. I had not done this type of show before, and it worked beautifully. Now I can share close-up miracles with larger audiences, which is great because, frankly, I think close-up magic is most amazing kind!