About the Filmmakers
Mary A. C. Fallon is a filmmaker and award-winning journalist. 24/7 is her first documentary film. Her video and production work includes serving as the multimedia editor of Florida Today, writing and producing videos for Apple Computer Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Company and co-producing The Science Gazettea weekly national science news show for WGBH in Boston. Her credits also include assisting in the production of the independent film Fat Rose and Squeeky and the 50th anniversary of War of the Worlds. Mary has 17 years experience as a journalist in print, TV, radio and the Web. She also has worked for technology companies in a variety of senior communications positions.
She graduated with distinction from the University of Florida with a masters degree in documentary filmmaking and received a bachelors cum laude from the University of Bridgeport. Mary can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-499-4063.
Daniel Priest is a filmmaker and research assistant for the Maternal Child Health Education, Research and Data Center of Gainesville, Florida, a research institute tracking information about Medicaid and early intervention programs.
He earned a Master of Arts degree from The Documentary Institute of the College of Journalism and Communication at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Daniel received a bachelors degree in liberal studies with a focus on social sciences and English from the University of Central Florida.