Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Day 18 of Wes Iseli's 30 Days of Giving (Nursing Home)

Say "Uh-Huh!" to Raising Money for UVA Children's Hospital!



Say "Uh-Huh!" to Raising Money for UVA Children's Hospital!

 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - Out from behind the scenes of The Carbonaro Effect, America's funniest magic show on television, comes an unforgettable series of magic with a family whose magic life is a hit on YouTube!

Husband and father, Magician and Illusionist Wes Iseli, chronicles the balancing act of travel, performance, and family life with vlogs that shine a spotlight on his three-year-old magician's apprentice, daughter, Lana Iseli.
Lana even performs her own magic trick and makes mom, Natalie, disappear!

When asked whether she enjoys being the most adorable magician's assistant ever, Lana repeatedly answers, "Uh-huh!"
Prepare to get your smile widened when you see Wes Iseli's tiny helper in the YouTube series, Wes Iseli's MagicLife: (Hint: Look for the "Lana Really Helps!" episode!)

 The family's range of the Iseli's impeccable talent is also on display at:
Then spread the word and help Lana's favorite charitable magician put money where miracles are made for UVA Children's Hospital!

Wes Iseli's 24-Hours of Magic for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, presented by Pepsi and The Wild Wing Cafe, staged for its 9th consecutive year at Wal-Mart in Ruckersville, VA, 10:00am November 24th to 10:00am November 25th!
 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® raises funds and awareness for 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the U.S. and Canada. Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and charitable care.

 Interviews with Wes Iseli Magician & Illusionist, Natalie and Lana are available through the month of November, but time is limited. Call Natalie Iseli, Magician's Assistant to schedule now, toll Free: (877) 987-4201 or email  

 Released by: Hopper Media LLC

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Wes Iseli's Magiclife Vlog #5 (Doggy dilemma)

Wes Iseli's 30 Days of Giving Press Release

Contact: Natalie Iseli
Magician's Assistant
Toll Free: (877) 987-4201

November 1, 2015 - November 30, 2015


CHARLOTTESVILLE - Abracadabra! The charitable magician, Wes Iseli, donates his own time, talent, money and resources for 30 Days of Giving, a series of unique surprise visits which benefit nonprofit organizations, community schools and institutions, less fortunate families - sometimes strangers on the street!

The event is hosted by expert magician and illusionist Wes Iseli of 24-Hours of Magic for Children's Miracle Network and The Carbonaro Effect fame. His high-profile feats on the theater stage has made his name as a performer of grand illusions and close-up magic.

In addition to making his own contributions, Iseli coordinates with local business owners to gift unsuspecting beneficiaries with magic and much-needed kindness. This includes putting coins on all the machines in a local laundry mat.  Going room to room doing magic for the kids in the pediatric center, donating magic books to the public library, bringing 80 lbs. of food to the SPCA and more.
See delighted faces and witness the magic of 30 Days of Giving all November long on the Wes Iseli YouTube channel or on Interviews are available through the month of November. Call Natalie Iseli, Magician's Assistant, toll Free: (877) 987-4201 or email

Released by: Hopper Media LLC

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Day 1 of Wes Iseli's 30 Days of Giving

Wes Iseli's 30 Days of Giving WINA Interview

Wes Iseli's Magiclife Vlog #4 (Halloween 2015)

Wes Iseli's Magiclife Vlog #3 (Lana REALLY helps)

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Wes Iseli's Visual Press Kit

My publicist has been suggesting that I make a press kit to give to important clients and obviously the press. Well this video that accompanies the physical kit. I hope you enjoy.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Iseli wows crowd at Glenvar Public Library

Iseli wows crowd at Glenvar Public Library 

By Jonathan Crib 
It was a hot beautiful Thursday afternoon at Glenvar Library, so why were so many kids and parents inside? 

Wes Iseli and his daughter, Lana, perform with Broadway the bird. Photo by Jonathan Cribb.

The audience gathered to see profesional magician Wes Iseli perform a magic show for free. The event was to promote the library's summer reading program for kids. And promote he did. 

Iseli spent time talking about when he first wanted to be a magician and scrambled to the library to find books on magic and magic tricks, only to find a couple. 

"I thought for a while that those were the only books avaialbel, and then a friend came to me when I was 19 and told me that magic was the 3rd most written about subject in the late 1900's" he said "so now I spend four hours a night catching up on the reading I missed, but you dont have to do that. You can talk to the people at the library to help you find any book you want" 

Along with his lecture on reading, Iseli performed magic to a captivated audience, which consisted of fans from 1 to 60 years old. He perfromed sleight of hand card tricks, dissapearing acts, some pyrotechnics, and acts with a rabbit named Lucky and a Dove named Broadway. 

Iseli used members of the audience as his best tool to create an atmosphere of wonder. Children of all ages scrambled to get their hand up to be called to the stage to be a volunteer. But Iseli had two of his own Assistants that he could always count on: his daughter Lana and his wife Natalie. Both performed magic tricks of their own and Lana had clear showmanship as the event continued. 

"It's a family event and we try to promote that," Natalie Iseli said. "Lana has been doing this since she was 4 days old."

It was clear to see that they enjoyed touring together as they traveled from one place to the next doing magic, even doing work on a tevevision show The Carbonaro Effect on Tru TV. The family even does a 24-hour magic show to raise money for Children's Miracle Network. 

But for now, they move on to their next show happy as can be. 

Wes Iseli performs a magic trick with a little help from a volunteer. Photo by Jonathan Cribb.