Larry Brown, 67, is a storyteller by nature. Born and raised in Nebraska, he moved to Missouri in 1975 and has stayed ever since.
A longtime pastor and geography professor, Brown, who lives in Fulton, was intuitively drawn to oral storytelling. He found it an effective and artistic way to communicate.
Over the years, storytelling has evolved from an avocation to a profession.
“The thrill of (storytelling),” he said, “is to find the engagement in that little triangle of me, the story and the audience.”
Gig Faces profiles individuals who work jobs in the gig economy.