Monday, August 27, 2012 at 01:00PM
Dodd Vickers

Photo by Jason BellVanity Fair profiles Drummond Money-Coutts, a young British magician inspired by David Blaine. According to the article:

Now 26, D.M.C. (as he likes to be known) has heftier ambitions than purely entertaining at parties. Having devoured everything produced by David Blaine, he is planning his own physically challenging stunt in London this autumn. He has already created a portfolio of short films, and with his easy charm and astonishing looks he’s an ideal host for a much-talked-about TV show—“about magic with meaning”—in development. But in the meantime Drummond continues to hone his craft. “Being able to elicit the feeling of the unfathomable in intelligent adults is like falling in love.”

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