I started my career as a stage hypnotist in 2004. I was working at the University of New Hampshire as a residence hall director, and I hired a retired hypnotist to come to my hall once a year and put on a hypnotism demonstration as a fun educational program for my residents. Each year Bob Chase would show up early, chat with me for a bit, do his demonstration, then chat with me a bit more after the students went back to their rooms. Read more
Whether it’s high school shows, college shows, corporate events, or any other kind of performance, I love sharing hypnosis with people. The hypnotic state lets a hypnotist transform everyday people into a cast of characters. It boosts people’s creativity, reduces their sense of limitation, and allows them to become the stars of the show. When in hypnosis, volunteers can actually have a wide range of hallucinations that are incredible to experience first-hand, and entertaining to watch from the perspective of the audience, as well.