As illusionist David Copperfield’s Co-Director and Design Director since 1994, Homer and David continue to break new ground as they strive to change the face of magic history.
Homer’s daily routine finds him collaborating closely with David Copperfield on every visual and audible aspect of his show. With the constantly evolving multi-Emmy Award winning "Magic of David Copperfield", Homer's artistic direction shapes the show's illusion design, lighting, staging, filmmaking, music editing and sound design.
In addition to the live show, Homer is heavily involved with David's movie production company, Red Safe, having helped design and stage the primary illusion in the Steve Carell comedy, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. Homer also contributed to the hit Now You See Me and Paranormal Activity 4 as well as designing the feature illusion in The Amazing Race season 24 finale on CBS. Homer's formal training in industrial design as well as over 23 years experience working with David Copperfield has become the perfect match for David's new motion picture ventures.
In 2006, Homer released his 1st magic instructional DVD, CoinONE to high acclaim. With its all visual, animated text book-style graphics, CoinONE influenced the new wave of magic videos. Homer's goal with CoinONE was to break tradition and teach magic in a no talk, effective manner using slow-motion, performer's point-of-view, and animated arrows and bullet points. CoinONE was also known for it's intricate packaging design as well as its innovative teaching style. CoinTWO and The Rice Papers videos soon followed with high regard.
DeckONE:Industrial Edition is Homer's take on modern playing card design. In it's 4th edition, DeckONE's industrial inspiration draws from Homer's favorite television and movie production design. The tuck case has the look of worn, military grade, stamped steel by using thick metallic stock and subtle printing and embossing effects. DeckONE has been featured on every major internet design and culture blog since its introduction in 2010.
Before Homer began working with David Copperfield in 1994, he was known as a creative sleight-of-hand performer as well as an illustrator/writer of popular magic books and magazines.