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Anthony, or "Brooks" (as he’s affectionately known as) was born in Baltimore, MD. His career in cinematography was sparked by an exploratory nature growing up as a military brat in countries such as Cuba, Italy, and various cities throughout the US. This nomadic experience would shape a vast world view that made it inevitable that he became a visual storyteller of some sort.


After moving to Los Angeles in 2010 he started as a camera operator—and eventually transitioned into a professional cinematographer. Constant travel is what helps harden his visceral approach to creating images—and his migrant nature lead him from capturing scripted narratives to long-form documentary endeavors—most notably the 1st two seasons of NBA star Lebron James’  and Amazon Studios executive produced series “Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers”. The docuseries  offers a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest attraction in high school basketball. Featuring the sons of NBA legends ( notably Lebron "Bronny" James Jr. ), multiple blue-chip prospects, and a formidable head coach. The series chronicles the trials and tribulations of one of the most talked about programs in prep sports and garnered a nomination 2022 Critic's Choice for Best Sports Series.  


Anthony has a portfolio of work spanning feature films, shorts, commercials, and docuseries—through which he was able to join the IATSE Local 600 as a Director of Photography.  He also was recently selected for the ASC Vision 2023 program as well as named ICG's "Generation Next 2023". With a global perspective, his filmmaking sensibilities are best paired with narratives that allow for movement between levity and darkness.

If not a filmmaker, he'd probably be a historian...maybe an analyst.


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