Michael Buckley is a multimedia artist, animator, documentary and experimental filmmaker. He studied at Rusden Teachers College under Professor Cutts before beginning to make short experimental films in the late ‘70s. From 1985 he has been a member of the sound performance group "Arf Arf". He has produced videos and other print and multimedia resources for community and disability groups. In 1996, his internationally acclaimed CD ROM, ‘The Swear Club’, won the Australian Teachers of Media Award for ‘The Most Creative Use of the Medium’. He has worked at the North Richmond Community Health Service as a Multimedia Producer, creating the CD ROMs ‘High Art’ and ‘East Timor - Culture, Identity and Dreams of Return’. He is currently on an Australia Council fellowship, researching a project on Gestures.