Much more than a “show”

For Gerard, the art of being a mentalist and being able to amaze people is not an end itself but is a door that creates room for other possibilities. An event with Gerard is an “experience” that stretches our imagination, our thinking, and our perspective on reality. There are no clichés, but a real uncovering of the invisible layers of possibilities and insights that often remain hidden. Gerard approaches each event as unique to craft an experience that not only will be most memorable but that will have enduring value. That experience is crafted around a theme that fits to the context and connects to the purpose of the event. The theme is creatively and organically weaved into the little miracles that he creates. 


Formal Shows

A Formal Show is ideal for a corporate event. It elevates a corporate event with the presence of something truly special and unique.

  • It gives everyone a common experience of a truly special event
  • It brings people together in sharing a rare experience outside their normal corporate relationships
  • It expands the audience’s view of what is possible
  • It promotes creativity and openness to new ideas

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Corporate Events Up Close – Walkaround Shows

Gerard is one of few corporate entertainers worldwide to perform mentalism as walkaround, demonstrating many fields of the paranormal.

In a corporate setting, a walkaround show is ideal when the format doesn’t lend itself to a formal presentation. It offers a special up close experience of inexplicable phenomena for a corporate event.

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Below are some examples of themes from past experiences:

  • Arizona Science Center: The Nature of Belief
  • Cancer Research Institute: Imagine a world of Possibilities
  • Clinton Foundation: Evoking Mystery and the Unknown
  • Core Club, NY: Mystery, Truth and the Universe
  • Cotthingham Butler, The Widest Door to Peak Performance in Infinity
  • Credai, India: Journey into the Future
  • CSU Industries: Creative Potential when we Don’t Know
  • Dalton School: Original Thinking
  • Educause: Using Tangible Technology to support Intangible Humanity
  • Family Office Association: Two Core Existential Questions
  • Gap International: Questioning the Nature of Reality
  • Hartford Club: Considering New Potentials
  • Hotchkiss School: The Profound and the Really Cool
  • TED Global: The Power of Uncertainty
  • TEDx Yale: Art and its Power
  • TEDx 17th Street, NY: Knowing and Not Knowing
  • TEDx New England: Know Not…Then Consider What’s Possible
  • TEDx Youth: What if our limits are only an illusion?
  • Rhodes School: The Known and the Unknown
  • Fortis Construction: Peering into an Unknown Future
  • George Soros 85th Birthday: Why Uncertainty is such a cool Thing
  • US Bank: Leadership
  • National Hospitality Institute, Oman: The Power of Big Questions
  • Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics: Asking the Big Questions in Life
  • YPO Oman: Mystery, Purpose and the future for Youth
  • American Express: Exploring New Paradigms
  • Loomis Chaffee School: A Magical Mystery Tour
  • Private, Washington, DC: Mystery and Meaning
  • Eaglebrook School: Creativity
  • Sages and Scientists Conference: Not Knowing and the Future
  • Global Youth Philanthropy Summit: Evolving Philanthropy
  • Imagine Solutions: Not Knowing and the Mystery
  • 1892 Club of Hartford: Considering New Possibilities.
  • Amherst College: Engaging with Life questions
  • Amherst Alumni Association of DC: Going Beyond Fixed Ideas
  • Caliper Life Sciences: The Potentials of the Future
  • Donna Karan: Breaking Out of the Box
  • Gardener Museum: Going beyond the Possible
  • Imagine Solutions Conference: Not Knowing Connects us to the Mystery
  • Inspired Legacies Annual Conference: Transformative Philanthropy
  • Liz Claiborne: Going Beyond Limits
  • Material Scientists Annual Conference: Going Beyond Fixed Ideas
  • Nimhans Hospital, Bangalore, India: New Human Capacities Ahead
  • Tipping Point Conference: Transformative Philanthropy
  • Transformative Leadership Summit: Not Knowing
  • Roxbury Latin School: Curiosity for What We Don’t Know
  • Cognizant: the Potential in an Unknown Future
  • Nexus Summit: Flow and expanding our Perspectives
  • Richement PR conference: The Mystery of Connectivity
  • Roxbury Latin School Student Assembly: What does it mean to think for yourself
  • Roxbury Latin School Parent Meeting: The importance of vulnerability with big questions
  • Connie Milstein: The Science of Possibilities
  • Jessup Correctional Institute: The nature of system and individual change
  • Virtusa: Creating Positive Disruption
  • Panoramic Ace Properties Inc: The Future, the Unknown, and the Possibilities
  • Election Night Party 2016: The Value of Uncertainty in the Elections
  • Hult Prize Council: How to Maximize our Impact
  • The Social Edge: How to stay on the Edge
  • The Rubin Museum: Time, Perception and Understanding
  • Palm Beach Private Meeting: Suspending our Impulse to Create Order
  • Dell Annual Sales Team Meeting, The Art of the Possible
  • Harvard Business School Club of New York, Reaching for the highest Possibilities
  • Normal Lear 93rd Birthday: The Nature of Idealism
  • George Soros 88th Birthday: Furthering Openness
  • USC Annenberg School for Communication: Limitless Idealism
  • Guggenheim Energy Meeting: The Limited and the Limitless
  • Annenberg Foundation Board Retreat: How to Connect the Past, Present and Future
  • Massage Envy Annual Franchisee Meeting: The Future is Limitless, as is the Present
  • George Soros 89th Birthday: The secret of Boundless Curiosity
  • Gold’s Gym Annual International Conference: Going Beyond Physical and Mental Boundaries
 

“..like some sort of religious experience
from the sixteenth century.”
New York Magazine

 

 

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Gerard bends President Clinton’s mind and wineglass.