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[[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.
 
 
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'''Geoff Latta''' (April 18, 1957 - August 19, 2008) was computer graphics/production artist known as one of the finest close-up card and coin workers from New York City.
  
  
Latta was one of the founding members of the [[New York Coin Magic Seminar]] with [[Michael Rubinstein]].
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== Biography ==
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Latta was one of the founding members of the [[New York Coin Magic Seminar Group]] with [[Michael Rubinstein]].{{Youtube Thumb|k8Ace2Z6sCQ}}
  
 
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.
 
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.
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* The long goodbye
  
 
=== DVDs===
 
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* New York Coin Magic Seminar vol 1,2,3, and 4  
 
* New York Coin Magic Seminar vol 1,2,3, and 4  
  
== References ==
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* The Linking Ring, Vol. 88, No. 10, October 2008, Broken Wand, Geoffrey K. Latta, by Hal Meyers, page 128
 
* In Memoriam by Jamy Ian Swiss, [[Genii 2009 February]], page 40
 
* In Memoriam by Jamy Ian Swiss, [[Genii 2009 February]], page 40
  
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Latest revision as of 06:17, 18 April 2020

Geoff Latta
BornGeoffrey Keith Latta
April 18, 1957
DiedAugust 19, 2008 (age 51)
New York

Geoff Latta (April 18, 1957 - August 19, 2008) was computer graphics/production artist known as one of the finest close-up card and coin workers from New York City.


Biography

Latta was one of the founding members of the New York Coin Magic Seminar Group with Michael Rubinstein.

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.

Published works

DVDs

  • LVMI LIVE! 2003
  • COINvention Inaugural Collection
  • New York Coin Magic Seminar vol 1,2,3, and 4

References

  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 88, No. 10, October 2008, Broken Wand, Geoffrey K. Latta, by Hal Meyers, page 128
  • In Memoriam by Jamy Ian Swiss, Genii 2009 February, page 40