Cameron Fisk: PCAM Gold Medal Winner – Magic Success

Magic News with Cameron Fisk ChampionWe heard from Cameron Fisk fresh off a very successful five
days at the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians ("PCAM").  

Success is defined in so many different ways and always in
accordance with the reasonable expectations for the task and individual.

Mr. Fisk is nineteen-years-old and the alter-ego of the
kid-show character Mac Backwards.  If he
were to attend an international convention of PCAM's caliber, meet new friends,
learn new magic, perhaps even share a trick or two, we would all agree the trip
was a success. 

If he went beyond just
meeting, sharing, and learning to participating in a competition, no one could
consider the trip anything but successful. Many professional magicians tell us
just participating in a magic contest is a tremendous educational experience.

Mr. Fisk, by all definitions, was more than simply
successful. 

At the age of nineteen – and we have dental work older than
nineteen — he attended, he learned, he shared, and he won.

Mr. Fisk competed in and won the Gold Medal Children's Magic
Competition against competitors from countries as far away as Australia. 

Mr. Fisk writes:

To my delight I was given the highest marks by the
judges in attendance, one of whom is a world champion magician, and
subsequently awarded the gold medal and the title of the Pacific Coast's best
children's magician, and I'm only 19!  I thought you would like to be the
first to know about this.

Mr. Fisk may now add his Gold Medal to the H.B. MacLean
Trophy for Close-Up Magic from the 2006
Vancouver Magic Circle's recent competition. Since
1971, The Vancouver Magic Circle has awarded the H.B. MacLean Trophy in
recognition of excellence in close-up magic. 

The H.B. MacLean Trophy is unique. Competitors can only
perform an effect or routine easily shown in an intimate and close up setting. For
instance, competitors cannot use playing cards or stage effects.  "The spirit of this competition is to
encourage growth in the fields of restaurant, table, trade show and walk around
style magic." 

We've asked Mr. Fisk to submit to the grueling Quinlan's
Inside Magic Celebrity Interview process. 
We hope to have that interview here when it is available.

Congratulations to Mr. Fisk.  He is not only talented, but inspired and modest.

Check out his professional and very
impressive web site here
.  It is one
of three (or four) Mr. Fisk is developing to promote his services to
distinctive markets.

While you're in a surfing mode, head over to the Vancouver
Magic Circle's web site here
.

Then, head over to the PCAM web site here.  Even though the convention is over, we are so
impressed by the work, we intend to steal vast amounts of code for Quinlan's
Inside Magic.  We have no pride but we
know what we like.


Magic News with Cameron Fisk ChampionWe heard from Cameron Fisk fresh off a very successful five
days at the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians ("PCAM").  

Success is defined in so many different ways and always in
accordance with the reasonable expectations for the task and individual.

Mr. Fisk is nineteen-years-old and the alter-ego of the
kid-show character Mac Backwards.  If he
were to attend an international convention of PCAM's caliber, meet new friends,
learn new magic, perhaps even share a trick or two, we would all agree the trip
was a success. 

If he went beyond just
meeting, sharing, and learning to participating in a competition, no one could
consider the trip anything but successful. Many professional magicians tell us
just participating in a magic contest is a tremendous educational experience.

Mr. Fisk, by all definitions, was more than simply
successful. 

At the age of nineteen – and we have dental work older than
nineteen — he attended, he learned, he shared, and he won.

Mr. Fisk competed in and won the Gold Medal Children's Magic
Competition against competitors from countries as far away as Australia. 

Mr. Fisk writes:

To my delight I was given the highest marks by the
judges in attendance, one of whom is a world champion magician, and
subsequently awarded the gold medal and the title of the Pacific Coast's best
children's magician, and I'm only 19!  I thought you would like to be the
first to know about this.

Mr. Fisk may now add his Gold Medal to the H.B. MacLean
Trophy for Close-Up Magic from the 2006
Vancouver Magic Circle's recent competition. Since
1971, The Vancouver Magic Circle has awarded the H.B. MacLean Trophy in
recognition of excellence in close-up magic. 

The H.B. MacLean Trophy is unique. Competitors can only
perform an effect or routine easily shown in an intimate and close up setting. For
instance, competitors cannot use playing cards or stage effects.  "The spirit of this competition is to
encourage growth in the fields of restaurant, table, trade show and walk around
style magic." 

We've asked Mr. Fisk to submit to the grueling Quinlan's
Inside Magic Celebrity Interview process. 
We hope to have that interview here when it is available.

Congratulations to Mr. Fisk.  He is not only talented, but inspired and modest.

Check out his professional and very
impressive web site here
.  It is one
of three (or four) Mr. Fisk is developing to promote his services to
distinctive markets.

While you're in a surfing mode, head over to the Vancouver
Magic Circle's web site here
.

Then, head over to the PCAM web site here.  Even though the convention is over, we are so
impressed by the work, we intend to steal vast amounts of code for Quinlan's
Inside Magic.  We have no pride but we
know what we like.

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