Anthony is brought into projects to develop a research methodology or to analyze information. He creates ways to organize and convey meaning for many audiences. He elevates equity and accessibility from the initial discovery through implementation.
Whether for government services, non-profit organizations, or small startups, Anthony works with our clients, writers, and designers to align every creative solution with stakeholders. He believes that listening and testing assumptions are fundamental to making sense, empowerment, and resiliency.
Anthony’s education in architecture taught him to quickly learn how systems function and how to harmonize different operations. He was trained to break down aspects of form and language, allowing him to articulate design and strategy.
- Public policy
Anthony volunteers as a co-organizer for Pittsburgh’s annual event celebrating World Information Architecture Day
The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture