In his ninety-minute interview, Garrett Brown talks about his early life, and his attempts to be a folk singer, and later a writer. He recalls creating and voicing an award-winning series of radio commercials, which he used to bankroll his own film company. He recounts making a series of short films for Sesame Street, then in its first season. He discusses in-depth his invention of the Steadicam and the Arm, the two inventions for which he is best known, and later receiving a special Academy Award for them. Brown chronicles working on several feature films, including for director Stanley Kubrick. He sums up with his process of invention and advice to aspiring inventors. Dan McHenry conducted the interview on April 12, 2006 at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA.