He is currently the editor for YoYoNews.com and a co-producer of the Triple Crown of YoYo events. In 2001, the National Yo-Yo League named him as one of eight National Yo-Yo masters. He has designed multiple yo-yos, including the "Cherry Bomb" for Team Losi.
While employed by Duncan Toys Company as marketing and promotions coordinator, Brown invented and patented freehand yo-yo play where instead of being attached to the finger, the string is actually attached to a counterweight, and designed a line of yo-yos for the new style. He also authored a book called Duncan Yo-Yo Trick Book while employed by the company. A regular competitor in the 1990s, he has moved out of competing in most venues and has shifted his focus to judging.
His skill with yo-yos also landed him a job as a stuntman on the 2001 movie Zoolander, work as a consultant on "The Lone Ranger (2013 film)" where he developed and taught several of the actors the pocket watch trick that features prominently in the film, and led to an appearance on The Best Damn Sports Show Period. 1996 World Yo-Yo Contest, 4th place
1997 World Yo-Yo Contest - Single A, 4th place
1997 World Yo-Yo Contest - Single A freestyle, 3rd place
1998 World Yo-Yo Contest - Single A freestyle, 4th place
1999 Bay Area Classic Invitational - Freestyle, 1st place
2001 Bay Area Classic Invitational - Freestyle, 1st place (while blindfolded).