Michael Gorski -Director
Gorski was born and raised in New Jersey. He has always had a
passion for art and nature… and for questioning authority.
received a Masters degree in Film Arts at Miami International University,
a BS degree in Visual Communications from the Art Institute of Fort
Lauderdale (AIFL) a Liberal Arts AA degree (focus in Philosophy
and Ethics) from Broward Community College.
began working in television in 1992 as a broadcast graphic designer/animator.
In '94 he became art director of The Animation Factory, working
on commercials, game cinematics, and Saturday morning cartoons.
In 1995 Tim joined faculty at AIFL to help design a computer animation
program. In 1997 he became a full-time instructor spending much
of his spare time educating himself in culture, philosophy, and
animal and environmental issues.
is co-founder of Rattle
the Cage Productions, making docs, commercials, and PSA's concerning
animal and environmental protection issues. RTC credits include
the Wildlife Care Center of Fort Lauderdale, VIVA USA, SHARK, Dolphin
Project, One Voice, and Dolphin Freedom Foundation.
works with former animal trainers and wildlife specialists designing
lectures and presentations for schools, universities, and conferences
on the subjects of Marine Mammals in Captivity and Guerilla Documentary
In 2007 Tim directed
and filmed a feature doco aboard the Sea Shepherd flagship Farley
Mowat in the Antarctic whale wars. His adventurous nature has delivered
him down the muddy rivers of the Amazon Jungle with Yanomami indians
and has compelled him to hike through the Sahara desert with nomads
on Christmas day, armed with just his journal and a toothbrush.