Photos with Garrett Brown
Garrett Brown invented the Oscar-winning Steadicam camera stabilizer and used it to shoot over a hundred movies beginning with Rocky (1976). He holds 50 patents worldwide for camera devices including: Steadicam JR for camcorders; Skycam, which flies on wires over sporting events: and Mobycam, the underwater camera that chases the swimmers at the Olympics. These were recently joined by the vertiginous, Emmy-award-winning Divecam and the ultra-light aerial film camera called SuperFlyCam. Read more... American Express radio commercials. He is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers, the Directors Guild, the Screen Actors Guild and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. His popular lecture on "The Moving Camera" has been seen at film festivals and schools, including the Media Lab at MIT.
Character: Himself - Winner: Scientific or Technical Award Class I
The 50th Annual Academy Awards 1978