Born in 1959 in Kenya, Anthony grew up on a coffee farm near Nairobi and later lived on the beautiful north coast around Malindi. Early influences include two meticulous Kikuyu carpentry teachers, and the graceful modest elegance of Giriama and Kamba people. Anthony has travelled whenever possible for immersion in the extraordinary legacies left in stone by Celtic, Egyptian, Inca and Indian craftsmen. He worked as an assistant to the sculptor Peter Randall-Page for four years to learn skilled stone carving. With his main workshop in the Teign Valley on the edge of Dartmoor in Devon, Anthony also works in an old cowshed in Oxfordshire.
He is currently preparing new work for his next exhibition in March 2018 at the Sladmore Contemporary gallery in London.