Anthony uses photography with sharp awareness about diversity of singular identities. Working mainly on series with a scientific faithful and methodic systematism.
Through repetition he questions a universal matter trying to isolate invariant keys, and with portraits he explores singularity and build poem odes to human prolific nature.
Anthony is interested in human behaviour through an anthropological prospective, however he focus’s on the creative mind and the relationship between identity and memory, in a time when identity is more on show.
Looking at individual tribes, part detective, part psychologist he looks at the idea of identity with the recurrent and obsessive question “who are you”?
As an artist he attempts to show what was deep inside a person rather than their surface appearance, capturing the movement of a personality without freezing it. Working with intuition can be an emotional journey as the more you question others you start to question yourself in a reflexive process.
Memories are what build us and shape us through our experiences however they become abstracted and distorted over time, how to retain our memories? Love, joy, loss, happiness, sadness, these are all feelings which come from the memories, maybe we do not realize the importance until we lose this but then will we even know?
BJP Portrait of Britain winner 2018
AOP Awards Portrait Series 2014
AOP Awards Portrait Series 2008
AOP Awards Fashion & Beauty Series 2007
AOP Awards Portraiture and Lifestyle Series 2007
AOP Awards Fashion and Beauty Series 2006
Shot up North Best of show 2002
Self.Styled - Marconi Gallery London 2019
Self.Styled - Shed London 2017
Self Styled - Galerie Isabelle Gounod Paris 2016
AOP Awards - Business Design Centre London 2014
Abandoned Spaces - Montage Gallery London 2014
Alter Angle - Soma Gallery Berlin 2014
AOP Awards - Association of Photographers gallery London 2008
AOP Awards - Sadlers Wells Theatre London 2007
AOP Awards - National Horticulture museum London 2006
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