A former Marvel Studios Senior Visual Development Artist for 9 years, he helped develop and design the Heroes and Villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Dubbed as the "Visual Father of Baby Groot", he is also responsible for the final design of the award-winning iconic character The Dora Milaje, Okoye and Nakia, which has been the corner stone for the look of the film. He designed Loki for Thor Ragnarok, Tazerface and Teen Groot, to name a few. Additionally, he helped shaped scenes in movies, such as Avengers Infinity War when he suggested the idea of dropping the moon on Doctor Strange during his battle with Thanos.
Other Marvel films and series he has contributed to include Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1,2,3 ; Ant-man, Ant-man and the Wasp, Ant-man and the Wasp: Quantumani ; Black Panther 1 & 2, Doctor Strange, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers End Game, WandaVision, Thor: Ragnarok, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Widow and Shang-Chi.
A few more major characters designed by Anthony will be released for Antman 3, Captain Marvel 2 and Black Panther 2!
in the beginning of his 20-year career as a concept artist, he has worked for FX houses like Stan Winston Studios, Rick Baker, ADI, Harlow FX, Steve Johnson, and Captive Audience gave Anthony the opportunity to work on movies like Superman Returns, A.I, Men in Black 2, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, Alien VS Predator, Species 3, The Passion of the Christ, and Chronicles of Riddick.
From 2004-2006 he worked as a concept artist at NCsoft Santa Monica on the Guild Wars and Tabula Rasa MMO titles.
Following his time at NCsoft, Anthony joined the team at Offset Software as the lead concept/story artist to work on a fantasy-based FPS game which acquired by CAPCOM and later INTEL.
In 2011 he worked at Rhythm and Hues on Hunger Games, RIPD and Seventh Son.
Anthony also did illustration work for Magic: The Gathering and has been an instructor at Gnomon School for Visual Effects, Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Concept Design Academy and CGMW online.