Geoff Latta (April 18, 1957 - August 19, 2008), born Geoffrey Latta, was computer graphics/production artist known as one of the finest close-up card and coin workers from New York City.
|Born||April 18, 1957|
|Died||August 19, 2008 (age 51) |
In 1984, he was filmed in what was to become known as "The Pink Purse Tape" creating a record of his card and coin work at that time.
Stephen Minch is writing a book on his work.
- Spellround in Pallbearers Review (Close Up Folio No. 6) (1976)
- CoinMagic page 122
- CoinMagic page 148
- CoinMagic page 246
- The Collected Almanac page 81
- The Collected Almanac page 86
- Spectacle page 15
- Spectacle page 77
- LVMI LIVE! 2003
- COINvention Inaugural Collection
- New York Coin Magic Seminar vol 1,2,3, and 4
- In Memoriam by Jamy Ian Swiss, Genii 2009 February, page 40