Anthony is a versatile and busy artist whose unique work is intended to inspire awe
and wonder. He has a Diploma in General Art & Design from North Warwickshire College
and a B.A. Degree Hon’s in Theatre Studies from ‘The Central School of Speech and
Drama’ in London.
As a Set and Production Designer he has designed for over fifty amateur and professional
productions. These include ‘The Country Wife’, ‘Oliver’, ‘Little Shop of Horrors’,
‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’ and many more. Between 1993 and 1995 he was also Vice
Chairperson of Nuneaton Arts Centre, helping to keep alive the theatre which started
Anthony’s interest designing sets and costumes.
He has even been known to tread the boards himself, occasionally playing parts as
diverse as Prospero in ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ and Toad in ‘Wind In The
Employment has included working as a community workshop leader and as a designer
for Nintendo Video Games. Anthony was also one of the first BBC Vision trainees
working on shows such as ‘Blue Peter’, ‘Noels Telly Addicts’, ‘Style Challenge and
‘Out of Hours’. He also worked on ITV’s first Christmas Pantomime ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’
recorded at The Old Vic Theatre in London.
In 1992 Anthony started his own company called Creaturama running mask and model
making workshops in over 400 schools across the country. He also created three popular
touring exhibitions of his work called ‘Creaturama Universe’ (based on aliens and
monsters), ‘Creaturama Dinosaur’ (based on prehistoric creatures) and ‘Creaturama
Legends’ (based on ancient myths and legends). Both Universe and Legends have appeared
on BBCTV’s ‘Blue Peter’ and all three exhibitions have broken attendance records
at galleries nationally.
Anthony has published several books and educational resources based on his Creaturama
During 2008 and 2009 he was the ‘in house’ set designer for the Priory Theatre in
Kenilworth and his alien creations appeared on ITV’s Sunday night drama ‘Kingdom’
in the summer of 2009.
In 1999 Anthony founded
Since then his scripts have been sold in over 30 countries.
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