“It’s the first of three focused on Scripture, and it’s light and worshipful,” Brewer says. “Three of the tracks were produced in remembrance of my best friend’s sister. We only released the first one to close family members, but all three, or a compilation, may go online if we think they’re good enough.”
He plays the guitar and piano, and since his first year, he’s co-led worship as a pianist at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
In his second semester at USC, Brewer became a founding father of the Upsilon chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and last summer, he represented USC as a research intern with CUR2E, an oncology research program. At CUR2E, Brewer studied clinical trial enrollment within pediatric oncology.
Currently, Brewer is a Magellan Apprentice studying hospital length of stay at Palmetto Richland with fellow apprentice Natalie Brenders, and he is starting a research project with an MUSC student who studies the matriculation of students coming into college.
To relieve stress, Brewer says he likes to longboard.
“It’s just therapeautic,” he says, “and it’s a fun way to get to class.”
Brewer is an active photographer and videographer, volunteered on a mission trip in Greece over Spring Break and will return as a Capstone RM in the fall.
You can check out some of his work at felonyfriday.com.