A photographer from an early age, Antony's eye for the undiscovered beauty in everyday scenes saw his work picked up first by UK underground magazines The Face, Dazed & Confused, and Sleazenation, before quickly moving onto the pages of British Vogue, I-D, and the New York Times.
In a career taking him from Bolton to New York, via Edinburgh and London, his photography subjects range from David Hockney to Snoop Dogg to David Byrne, and his prints are held in numerous private and public collections.
An acclaimed music video for Mogwai paved his transition to film, where his spare, quietly poetic style immediately proved a hit with brands — among them Rapha, Adidas, Clarks, Wells Fargo, AOL, and Reebok. He is a regular director of 'A Saturday With...', a highly successful series of single day filmed portraits of cultural icons for luxury fashion brand MR PORTER.
His latest project is for Reebok Classics — a pair of films set in London and New York taking the brand back to its insurgent roots — and later in 2015 shooting begins on a feature documentary The Hudson River Project, following adventurer James Bowthorpe's epic attempt to row the Hudson River on a boat made from only found objects.
This also sees the latest installment of his long-term working collaboration with Mogwai, who will score the film and perform live in a series of screenings at prestigious international venues.
Outside of film, he is a co-founder of iconoclastic culture magazine The Rig Out.
He lives and works in New York City and the Catskills.