Rubber Ritchie is a balloon modeller and artist based in London. He is available for events across the UK. Maybe you remember him as a contortionist as he appeared on many TV shows and in major films. He is now a yoga teacher, actor and professional bass player but is no longer performing his contortion act.
“Is there anything Rubber Ritchie can’t do?” Chris Evans.
As a balloon modeller he is available for parties, photographic work and commercials and film work anywhere in the world. You may have seen him at Crystal Palace FC as part of a Spot On Entertainment Ltd pre-match entertainment package.
Balloon modelling or balloon twisting is the shaping of special modelling balloons into almost any given shape, often a balloon animal. People who create balloon animals and other twisted balloon sculptures are called Twisters, Balloon Benders and Balloon Artists. Twisters often perform in restaurants, at birthday parties, fairs and at public and private events or functions.
Rubber Ritchie – Balloon Modeller London
Two of the primary design styles are “single balloon modelling”, which restricts itself to the use of one balloon per model and “multiple balloon modelling”, which uses more than one balloon. Each style has its own set of challenges and skills, but few twisters who have reached an intermediate or advanced skill level limit themselves to one style or another.
Some twisters inflate their balloons with their own lungs, and for many years this was a standard and necessary part of the act. However, many now use a pump of some sort, whether it is a hand pump, an electric pump plugged in or run by a battery pack, or a compressed gas tank containing air or nitrogen. Twisters do not generally fill their creations with helium, as these designs will not usually float anyway. The balloons for twisting are too porous for helium and the designs are generally too heavy for their size for helium to lift. (Wikipedia)
Various payment options are available. Mention your budget.