About Me

West (from What You Looking At), 2018.

Since the late 1980’s I have developed my fine art photography practise working with a Hasselblad camera and black and white silver gelatin prints exploring the urban environment. Thank you for joining my journey.

I accept enquiries from organisations and private individuals wishing to commission original photo-based artwork which reflects my practice. There are also a limited number of vintage silver gelatin photographs printed between 1998-2001 available.

More recently my work has included photograms, the earliest type of photograph and collage/photomontage.

“It’s not fashionable but it is classical and though bigger, brighter and more colourful images are in vogue now, like the fads of the past they will seem old before their time and the classic modernist work of Anthony will still seem relevant, significant and beautiful.”

Roger Watson, curator, Fox Talbot Museum

I am available to offer advice to those seeking constructive feedback through Portfolio Review about their photography at small group and one-to-one sessions.

For 2018 I will be holding workshops aimed at photographers (at all stages) wishing to develop their eye. Check here for upcoming workshops.


This year I will be focusing on camera-less photography, photo-montage and using #PhotoTheory on Twitter, below.