This week on our featured friday blog series we’re chatting with one of our very unique acts Adam who is a graphologist!
BC: Hello there, so who are you?
Adam: My name is Adam and I’m a graphologist.
BC: Describe what you do in one sentence.
Adam: At an event I will walk around and ask guests to write a few words and their signature on a pad and I then do a quick analysis either for one person or a group; if people don’t know each other, the analysis can act as an ice breaker and if they do know each other, the analysis can generate a lot of laughter.
BC: What makes you different from other graphologists?
Adam: Possibly a wider range of experience than most. I have worked in business so am happy performing at company events and exhibitions; I have done signature verification, so I am happy working at events for solicitors and bankers; I have done television and radio interviews, so am happy giving speeches about graphology.
BC: How did you become a graphologist?
Adam: Taking and passing a three year diploma course with the British Institute of Graphologists.
BC: What has been your favourite ever event (and why)?
Adam: British Press Awards – the guests were fascinating.
BC: What would be your ideal event?
Adam: In London at an event for financial, legal or corporate executives.
BC: Who have you most enjoyed performing for/meeting on an event?
Adam: Christine Hamilton – she fell about when I said her writing would make her ideal for acting in a pantomime.
BC: What do you do the rest of the time (when you’re not doing your act)?
Adam: I report to companies assessing job candidates, to solicitors assessing forgeries and give career and relationship counselling.
Thanks for taking the time to chat to us today Adam and see you on an event soon. If you’re interested in booking Adam, get in touch today!