A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony received his Bachelor of Architecture in 2019 and his Master of Science in Historic Preservation in 2020. During his scholastic career at UT, Anthony was a teaching assistant as well as an archivist’s assistant, working in the Alexander Architectural Archives. He cataloged over 2000 sets of architectural drawings from distinguished Texas architects, such as O’Neil Ford, George Dahl, and Charles Moore. He also co-curated four exhibitions held in Battle Hall.
Anthony’s work on “Inhabit”, the Lake Como Nature Education Pavilion in Galveston Island State Park, has been recognized with design awards from AIA Fort Worth, the City of Galveston, and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Prior to joining O’Connell Architecture, Anthony worked at McKinney York Architects and Miró Rivera Architects.