Brian Malone, Director – is a five-time Emmy® Award winner and has produced more than a dozen independent documentaries for broadcast and cable. His programs have aired nationally on PBS and cable networks, covering the gamut from Grammy-Award-Winning recording artists, to environmental issues, to Native American culture.
In 2011, Malone produced and directed, PATRIOCRACY, a documentary film exploring the extreme polarization and gridlock in American politics, which hinders it from tackling serious problems. In 2009 Malone produced, directed and edited INTELLIGENT LIFE, an environmental film that illustrated the unintentional environmental consequences of living a modern life, which won the Artivists Award at the 2009 Artivists Film Festival. In 2006 Malone produced, directed and edited, CELEBRITY TRIALS IN THE MEDIA. The documentary covered the downfall of quality TV journalism in the shadow of a shrinking news industry.
Dr. Scott Falci, Executive Producer – is a graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and completed his neurological surgery residency at Georgetown in 1992. He received his undergraduate training at Princeton University. Dr. Falci initiated and designed the First Transplantation of Embryonic Nerve Cells for Spinal Cord Injury Project at Craig Center for Spinal Cord Research in collaboration with the Spinalis SCI Research Unit, Karolinska Institute, Huddinge University Hospital, Stockholm, and the department of Neurosurgery, University of Uppsala in Sweden. His specialties include surgical treatment for posttraumatic spinal cord tethering, posttraumatic syringomyelia, posttraumatic neuropathic pain, spinal deformities, skeletal deformities, scoliosis, spasticity, research in neuropathic pain, and stem cell development for spinal cord injury.He is the owner of Falci Adaptive Motorsports (FAM), which has brought back the speed and passion for both paraplegic and quadriplegic race car drivers. FAM continues to push adaptive technology forwarding our cars and drivers as the platform to advance the possibilities of adaptive motorsports.
Mike Bauer is the senior managing partner for Mobility Motorsports & Events, a company that utilizes firsthand knowledge of disabilities resulting from Motorsports accidents in their work. Before that he spent over twenty years working as a marketing communications manager for Berry Plastics and Rexam WDW Disney. Before his accident he performed on “Metal Health” an album from the band Quiet Riot as well acting in several independent films. All of these entertainment endeavors were just a means to become a recognized name that could get into racing stock cars and motorcycles. In 1984 Bauer met his future wife Trish and they quickly married and had three children. Mike Jr. would later become a police officer after meeting the family’s next-door neighbor, one of the very men who responded to the call when Bauer got in his tragic accident. His daughter Lauren would eventually be drawn to a nursing career after helping care for her father.
George A. Frey, MD is a board certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and the Founder of the Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute. Dr. Frey focuses his medical practice on the treatment of all complex spine problems affecting the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions in adult and pediatric patients. Dr. Frey's is known for his extensive experience and training in complex spinal reconstruction, revision, and scoliosis surgery in children and adults. Dr. Frey received medical training at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He completed his residency and Orthopedic Spine Surgery Fellowship at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Dr. Frey also completed an advanced and highly specialized Fellowship in reconstructive and traumatic spine surgery at all spinal levels to treat conditions such as scoliosis and degenerative deformities, spinal infections, trauma, and tumors. He founded the Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute in 2001; a multidisciplinary practice to manage all types of spinal disorders. In addition, for more than a decade, he has served as an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado, Health Sciences and was Chief of Spinal Surgery in 2005. Born in Basel, Switzerland, Dr. Frey enjoys skiing, biking, vintage car racing, restoration, and motor sports. He is also the founder of RaceKraft & Design, which built the Falci Corvette featured in the film.