How did he do that?
By the age of eleven, Noah had already discovered a strange affinity for sleight-of-hand and had studied hundreds of rare books about magicians and their secrets. During high school he apprenticed with magicians from: Switzerland, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Italy, and Toronto.
While attending Bard College, he performed constantly and also found the time to edit and co-write four books about magic history.
After moving to New York in 2011, he quickly became a regular at two of the city’s best magic venues: Monday Night Magic and Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency. Shortly afterwards, the Hotel Plaza Athenee brought him on as its resident magician. Since then, Noah has earned a constant stream of private bookings and has consulted for viral ad campaigns, theatrical productions, music videos, and films.
Despite a busy performance schedule, he also works with the Conjuring Arts Research Center: a non-profit that preserves historical texts and brings magic teachers into hospitals, community centers, and schools.
Fellow magicians recognize his originality and attention to detail. Everyone else just thinks he’s amazing.
Noah lives in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.