Laughter is Timeless, Imagination is Boundless and Dreams are Forever...
 
 
 
A nationally recognized local performer, Gregory is a past president of the Society of American Magicians (S.A.M.) Morris County, NJ Assembly.  With over 25 years' experience, Gregory is the consummate professional whose talents will enhance your event.  Whether it is corporate promotions, private parties, fund raisers or special occasions - the Magic of Gregory will make it an affair to remember. 
 
SPECIALTIES
 
Trade Shows: Gregory understands how important Trade Shows are to your business. He goes the extra mile and tailors his magic to showcase your product line. Proven techniques attract the crowds, develop new leads and ultimately increase your sales potential.  
Fund Raisers: With access to vast network of magicians, clowns, face-painters and balloon sculptors, Gregory has organized, produced and directed numerous shows for national charities, museums and schools. His clients include - the Make A Wish Foundation, the Juvenile Diabetes Association, Community Children’s Museum, numerous school PTA’s and local charities. If you’re planning a fund-raiser and don’t want to sell candy & wrapping paper, consider “Fun-Raisers” – a prepackaged, full length magic show performed in the venue of your choice!  
Corporate Promotions: Whether it is an in-store promotion, a company picnic or cocktail party table-hopping, Gregory will set your event apart. Satisfied clients include Linen’s and Things, Target Department Stores, US Army Research Development and Engineering Center, the International Television & Video Association and Carnival Cruise Line.  
 
Private Parties:  Bar Mitzvahs, weddings and birthdays are all enhanced by the Magic of Gregory.  Whether you seek straight magic or an ensemble of balloon sculptors, clowns and face-painters...Gregory is the "go-to-guy."

 

CONTACT:
 

E-Mail: gregory.ferdinand@gmail.com

Telephone: (973)-361-2602

 

Gregory's Absolutely Amazing, Totally Incredible, Invisible, Red, Silk Handkerchief
 
 

Performing The Stage Version of Doc Eason's Kate & Edith