BRAD BLAZE - SPEED PAINTER

BRAD BLAZE - SPEED PAINTER

High energy shows that is guaranteed to amaze your audience. Fresh, creative and unique.

Sydney, Australia, Performing Worldwide, NSW, Australia

Why you need Brad Blaze for your event:

1. Unique, high energy, exciting, shows that will amaze the audience;

2. He has a down-to-earth, fun personality and this is evident as he engages the audience, making his shows fun and involving the audience as part of his entertainment.

3. Now entertaining corporate audiences for a number of years he is a true professional - equally at home on stage infront of 3,000 guests as he is at home to smaller functions of 100 guests.

Watch the video in the "Media Gallery" tab above to get a feel of what he can do for your next event.


Brad Blaze has taken special event & corporate entertainment in an exciting new direction. His high energy shows involve the audience, bringing huge paintings to life as a speed painter and magician.

So how does he do it? As a speed painter he brings people and products to life on canvas in a matter of minutes choreographed with high energy music. He keeps you guessing as he often paints upside down spinning the canvas in both directions.

As the audience is kept guessing on whom it is he is painting he then calls volunteers on stage to partake in some fun whilst the paintings are magically revealed.

During customised shows, Brad adds a further twist to his artwork - with his knowledge of magic, he often brings the completed painting to life with a magical illusion - whether that be using fire to reveal company logos or parts of the painting.


This year Brad has performed and speed painted his way across the globe - from speed painting Formula 1 cars (Williams Toyota) and their lead F1 driver Nico Rosberg (Malaysian F1 March 2008) to speed painting Ayers Rock (Reconciliation Conference Western Australia) to speed painting music and sporting icons and the Prime Minister (Fiji August 2008), performing for such companies as PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Royal Australian AirForce, IBM and also raising thousands of dollars for glitsy charity dinners. 

 

 

Show FAQ

What happens to the paintings?  Depending on the event -  For corporate bookings Brad charges a fee if you wish to purchase the paintings.  In other instances they have been auctioned for charity or purchased on the night by attendees.  His paintings regularly sell for $3,000 each painting at charity events.

What about the mess?  Brad lays out plastic sheets so no mess is made.  He has performed throughout 5 star hotels throughout the world and has never had a problem. 

Does he need a stage?  Ideally yes - this is large entertainment for large events.   He can perform a show on the dance floor of the venue if absolutely required. 

 


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