Hey there! I’m Cody. Thanks for stopping by.
I help disabled people gain life skills in order to become successful adults. I also show audiences of students, library patrons, and community events what it’s like to live with autism as well as how their lives can change when they accept their differences. And I teach corporate staff members how they can best accommodate the needs of their disabled co-workers.
I do all of this by combining the art of magic with a message that’s dear to my heart. That message is that our differences are nothing to be scared of, but simply a different way of thinking. Doesn’t that sound intriguing?
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Cody calls Louisville, Kentucky home. He was diagnosed as autistic at 15 months and his parents were told he’d never walk, talk, get married, have a job, and more. He overcame these expectations while developing an understanding and empathy for the autism community.
At the age of 11, he was brought on stage at a magic show and was so inspired that he decided to pursue magic. He joined the Louisville Magic Club, studied at the Jeff McBride Magic & Mystery School in Las Vegas, and used his Bachelors degree in Marketing and Theatre Arts from the University of Louisville to launch his business. Cody creates a truly unique style of magic by blending his own stories with his passions for theatre, stand-up comedy, classic country music, storytelling, and autism advocacy.