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Hi I'm Alex Brown

I lived in California, Virginia, and Utah. I am a singer, pianist, percussionist, and professional beatboxer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am from Utah. I am currently attending BYU. I just barely graduated high school and am trying to get my life in order. I am a singer, pianist, percussionist, and beatboxer. I have been to more countries than I have US states: Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Mexico, Germany, Haiti, and Fiji. I am trying to pick up longboarding. I am a gymnast/tumbler. I love parkour with a passion. I am a skier and snowboarder. I love travelling at high velocities (in layman's terms: going fast) on/in anything; cars, boards, planes, etc. I am an actor, involved with some children's TV shows and radio commercials as well as stage plays. I love thinking. I love my family. I love food. All food. Especially sushi. If I'm nowhere to be found, check the kitchen.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. I have never experienced life without the gospel, however, I can see the blessings that come from it by comparing my life experiences with that of my aunts and uncles who have fallen away from the church. I can see how we continue to be blessed with abundance and an ability to always be uplifted and see opportunities to help. We are not punished for leaving the church, but I can see how we are blessed for living Christ's teachings. I would not have had the opportunity to study at a top-notch university such as BYU if it weren't for the aforementioned blessings.

How I live my faith

I currently attend BYU, a gospel-oriented and academically prestigious university. I live the gospel on campus all day. We have devotionals/lectures about gospel topics every Tuesday, allowing us to be spiritually uplifted throughout the week. I was called as a family home evening group leader, meaning I plan activities for my group every Monday night. We have played volleyball, drawn with chalk, participated in a talent show, and even went head-to-head with another family home evening group in a heated game of basketball. While those activities are fun, we always open with a spiritual thought to keep our mind on what really matters. Also, we try to make everyone feel welcome to participate, even people who weren't assigned to our group. That is one way we live our faith, by including and loving everyone around us.