ケルビン・チャン / Kelvin Chun (Hawaii, U.S.A. / アメリカ・ハワイ）
A "Magi-Kel" - "Magi-Chun" - Kelvin Chun is an award winning educator, magician, balloon sculptor and kite engineer from Honolulu, Hawaii. He is best known for his educational technology and mathematics teacher background, stage magic, inventive balloon sculptures and kites.
Chun, a member since 1995 in Ring 185 (Hawaii Magic Society), is currently the Hawaii Territorial Vice President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians.
Kelvin was a 2005 International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM) Gold Medal Finalist in the Stage Competition in Reno, Nevada, and a 2005, 2022 Society of American Magicians (SAM) Finalist in the Close-Up Competition in Boston.
Kelvin placed 1st in stage magic at the Texas Association of Magician's (TAOM) 2003 Convention, and also the Pacific Coast Association of Magician's (PCAM) 2000 Convention.
Kelvin placed 3rd in the Favorite Routine Contest at the 29th New Zealand International Magicians Convention in Auckland, New Zealand (2008).
He also placed 2nd in the PCAM 2003 Balloon Olympics and the PCAM 98' Children's Entertainer competition
He has been a guest performer and lecturer at numerous international conventions and events from around the world.