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Hi I'm Britt!

I'm a college student. I have a strong passion for music and film. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Ever since I was a little kid I have had a deep love for music in all of it's forms. Whether it be playing my cello and piano, or listening to my favorite band, or listening to a symphony, or listening to film scores, I love it all! I am a cellist in The Mormon Choral Organization of America. I have been so blessed to have had the opportunity to perform and rehearse with such an amazing group of musicians from all around! I am a college student right now nearing the end of my pursuit to earning a degree in sound design and I am starting my journey to earn a second degree in film. I love everything about films. The beautiful camera angles that are used, lighting, the sound, I can't get enough of it! Recently, I have worked on a local project called The Mormon Bachelorette and I loved every minute of it!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up Mormon. My parents are very strong examples to me of what it truly means to strive to be like Christ. Whether it be by serving others even when you think that you don't have time for it or simply can't or by accepting people for their flaws and differences and being a good friend. There came a time in my life where I questioned why I was Mormon. Was it only because I was born into this church? After a lot of searching and pondering, I knew that this church is true and I haven't questioned it ever since. I was born Mormon, but I made the decision to stay Mormon. Music has a special way of speaking to my soul, it transcends both Heaven and Earth. When I'm singing hymns or playing a beautiful song I know without a doubt that this church is true and that my Heavenly Father loves me.

How I live my faith

At an early age I learned the importance of accepting others for who they are and I am still learning the importance of it to this very day. I try to be as Christ-like as I possibly can. Growing up, my parents constantly taught about the Golden Rule: to treat others as you wish to be treated. No matter what a person's faith is or how they live their lives I will be friends with anyone, because we are all God's children. We all have our own trials to overcome and our downfalls, so I try to not judge others for they are just as imperfect as I am.