Garrett Brown's "THE MOVING CAMERA: Why is one shot better than another?" seminar will be one of the events taking place during the 23rd edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of CinematographyCAMERIMAGE. We sincerely invite everyone to participate!

Garrett Brown invented the Oscar-winning Steadicam camera stabilizer and used it to shoot nearly 100 movies, beginning in 1975 with Hal Ashby'sBound for Glory and John G. Avildsen'sRocky. He holds 50 patents for camera devices, including the Steadicam Merlin for camcorders, Skycam, which flies on wires over sporting events, and Mobycam and Divecam, which pursue swimmers and divers at the Olympics.

Brown is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers, the Directors Guild of America, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He joined the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2009, and is a 2013 inductee into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. A legend in Hollywood for nearly 40 years, Garrett still lives and works in Philadelphia, venturing out worldwide to teach Steadicam operating and deliver his popular and evolving lecture on ‘The Moving Camera’.