All About the World's First "Investigative Mentalist"

Client Comments:

"Steve mingled with our party-goers one on one, allowing him to wow individuals with his Mentalist abilities in a way that I feel created a memorable experience. Furthermore, Steve understood the nature of our event and made sure to reach out to any guests who we particularly hoped to impress. Our guests left impressed and we hope to have the opportunity again to experience Steve Tyler’s 'mind-reading' magic." - M.B., Event Sales Coordinator, Novelty Hill - Januik Winery.


"I had Steve perform at our Holiday party and my team had these comments: He was fun! Good at what he did, it was a nice conversation starter. I liked him…he made me draw something then tried to guess what I drew, and he guessed correctly!" - V.S., Executive Assistant, T‐Mobile


"I hosted a holiday party for 200 adults. As you can imagine, hosting that many people can be a challenge. Steve Tyler was contacted and booked to entertain guests for an hour and a half. The guests were delighted with Steve and his mentalist show." - Tuesday, Advanced Orthodontics


Other recent corporate clients include and Hilton Embassy Suites Bellevue.

Steve performs a mentalism show of 15-45 minutes (depending on your preference). He can also provide "mix & mingle" entertainment where he strolls around the room and performs mentalism routines for small groups of guests. Many clients book Steve for a combination of the two, performing "mix & mingle" entertainment with individual guests followed by a mentalism show for the entire group of attendees.

Steve is also a handwriting expert and he can perform inividual handwriting analysis "readings" for your guests, which is an extra treat that many people enjoy.

Steve Tyler is not a "magician" he is a mentalist (mind reader) and calls himself an "Investigative Mentalist" because he previously worked as an Investigative Reporter for several TV stations including the ABC and NBC affiliates in Seattle, Washington and the ABC affiliate in Portland, Oregon.

Steve won several journalism awards, including awards for his investigation of the controversial "Rajneeshee" cult in Oregon in the 1980's. It was during his investigation of the Rajneeshees that Steve first learned the amazing power of mental influence and thought control.

Following that experience, Steve spent many years studying and further developing his investigative reporter's sense of observation and intuition ... learning to read body language and handwriting analysis ... and ultimately learning the secrets of psychological thought reading to get inside your head and read your thoughts. It's a lot of fun!