A magician and pc programmer who created the Elmsley Count number – a credit card trick where you are hidden as the credit cards are transmitted from one hands to some other. He started tinkering with magic when he was an adolescent in 1946 ahead of signing up at Cambridge School. In 1972, he was honored the AMA Innovative Fellowship. He was raised in St Andrews, Scotland. He and scientist Pyotr Kapitsa both examined at Cambridge School.