I.B.M. Member Profile

Louisville's Fun Magician

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About Michael Raymer

Michael became interested in magic while watching Presto the Magic Clown on WDRB, now Fox41 a local TV station, in Louisville KY. When he was about 6 or 7 years old, he received The Chest of Magic, a magic set, for Christmas.

Several magic sets later and Michael starting performing semi-professionally at the age of 13 performing for local birthday parties and churches.

He started going to Caufield's magic counter where he met a young magician by the name of Mac King who invited him to the local magic club. 

It was there he met Louisville Magician and Orthodontist Dr. Robert Escher, whom he had been seeing as an orthodontist but did not know his connection to magic. Robert Escher would later become the president of the Louisville Magic Club and The International President of the IBM. Michael also met Sherrell Nunnelley, Harry Collins and Lance Burton among many others.

He also met Delbert Hillegas, a Graphics Arts instructor who invited him to come check out the printing department at PRP Vocational School. Michael later went through that program and learned all he could about graphic arts - eventually helping him to run his own successful printing company from 1993 - 2010. 

In 2004 he took over as bulletin editor for the Louisville Magic Club from long time editor Earl Bullard. 

Michael served as Editor of The Magic SYMbol for the SYM (Society of Young Magicians for the Society of American magicians) from 2007 - 2015. 

Michael is the President and bulletin editor for the Louisvile Magic Club, IBM Ring 64.