Afghanistan, 2007. Los Angeles, 2016.
Anthony is a filmmaker, teacher, and musician based in the vicinity of lovely Los Angeles, California. He has pursued a range of creative and educational projects throughout his career in a variety of contexts around the world.
Filmmaker: Anthony has received international acclaim for more than 25 films, videos and digital media productions. His professional and creative work has been exhibited, broadcast and distributed in more than 20 countries. Notable achievements in filmmaking include two Ford Foundation Media Production Grants (1998, 1999), three Fulbright Grants (1998, 2013, 2017), a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant (1986), and many others. He has also worked directly with many community-based groups (NGOs) in various countries—Philippines, Thailand, India, Oman, Afghanistan, Guatemala, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Puerto Rico—facilitating community-based skills and knowledge for autonomous media production.
Teacher: Anthony has a broad range of experience in the field of Education–as a college professor, K12 teacher, educational media producer, academic mentor, academic and creative research scholar, academic program leader, and researcher-writer. Teaching enables Anthony to integrate his talents, passion and knowledge for the benefit of student learners. His scholarly interests include alternative educational research methodologies including the processes of Grounded Theory and Grounded Action (Glaser); and he has written for publication in Higher Education, US legal history, Ethnic Studies, and Film Studies.
Musician: As a musician for more than 40 years, Anthony performs on several acoustic instruments (viola, violin, guitar, others) and is expanding the scope of his interest to include studies in electronic music. His musical interests are wide, varied and based upon life-long pursuits in the study of music in all its aspects.
Anthony has earned a Doctorate degree (Ed.D) in the field of Educational Leadership and Change from Fielding Graduate University (California, USA); a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Film and Television Production from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); and a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Film and Television from UCLA.
Anthony works as an educational consultant, producer, teacher, and writer in the Los Angeles area, with professional projects in the USA, Thailand, Kyrgyz Republic and other places worldwide.