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Judge Brown has a substantial body of work in magic and magic literature, appearing as an expert magic historian on most of the 50 episodes of Grand Illusions for the Discovery Channel. In 2018, Judge Brown was selected by the IBM to serve as its very first distinguished lecturer, opening the organization's National Convention in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is a regular contributor to programs offered by the McBride Magic & Mystery School, offering in-person and virtual lecturers as part of the School's Magic & Meaning Conference, Mystery School Mondays, Wisdom Wednesdays, Sunday's Cool and Storytelling Clinic. He has provided lecturers for numerous magic clubs and associations, including the S.A.M. Parent Assembly, the Long Island Mystics, Sleight Club, and IBM Rings and SAM Assemblies around the country. He has performed magic at various venues, including the Las Vegas Wonderground and Long Island's Parlor of Mystery. Several of his online appearances can be seen below.
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Featured guest on this wonderful episode of the Magic & Mystery School's weekly Zoom broadcast.
On this the inaugural episode of this video magazine, I was invited as a guest to discuss the effects contained in my One-Man Parade and in Wandcraft.
October 12, 2020
Invited as a special guest to talk about wands and Wandcraft on this excellent magic history program.
August 30, 2020
First guest on Dean Carnegie's wonderful magic history podcast.
August 16, 2020
Special guest spot to demonstrate the Ascending Block, a marvelous piece of restored magic.
Proud to have been invited as the guest for this, the second episode of the now long-running weekly magic video magazine, sponsored by the Parlor of Mystery.