Let's face it, clowns can be a little strange.

Good clowns are awesome, bad clowns can be scary - I'm neither.

I'm a professional balloon artist, full-time dad/husband/workin' man. I can do many of the same things a clown does - balloon twisting, juggling, magic, and jokes - but I can also do story telling and stage shows. I just do all this without the white face and red nose. Besides, I just can't make myself buy rainbow suspenders.

I'm located just outside of Manchester, New Hampshire.
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I am available for events in Middle and Southern New Hampshire, Southern Maine, and Northeast Massachusetts. Please don't hesitate to call for locations outside of that region as I do travel throughout all of New England and may be able to adjust my schedule accordingly. While your here, take a look at the gallery of photos or contact me and I'd be happy to talk to you about any event that you have coming up and how you think I can help. Thanks for stopping by, Sean

A little about me


I must give credit to my wife for getting me started in balloon twisting - twice. I've been juggling and doing a little magic since I was a kid, which is why my wife thought a balloon modeling kit would make a great present. I liked it, but once I was out of balloons, it went away to collect dust for a while.
Some years later, my daughter's preschool needed a clown, my wife said, "Sean can do it." I agreed with the caveat that I'm not a clown. I pulled out the balloon kit, ordered some new balloons and started looking around the internet for balloon twisting instructions. By the time the preschool event rolled around, I could twist 40+ designs from memory. The day went great, the kids had fun, I had a blast, and I kept on learning new designs. Now I make just about anything people ask for (as long as it's appropriate). I don't use a balloon menu as you may have seen before. I like to stretch people's imagination and make the one balloon which will be perfect for them. I've had some great requests. Bicycles are the easy ones. I had one boy ask me for a chihuahua, another asked for an excavator. Pictures of those are in the gallery.
A little girl, maybe 5 years old, asked me for a toilet (?!) - to her delight and her parents' dismay, she walked away with a toilet hat complete with a plunger. I focus mainly on balloon twisting, making whatever the kids (or adults) want. I also can provide a brief magic and/or jugging show, complete with ball, clubs, contact juggling, devil sticks - and if requested (and dark...and outside) flaming devil sticks.