Anthony started dancing in 2002 when his best friend’s sister’s boyfriend introduced him to break dancing at a speech and debate tournament. In an equally arbitrary and geeky happenstance he stumbled upon his local swing community in Albuquerque, New Mexico and fell in love with lindy hop shortly thereafter. Throughout his dancing career he has trained in several other types of styles from hip-hop to Argentine Tango to tap, but most of all he enjoys drawing upon them to expand upon his technique and creativity in Lindy Hop. On the social dance floor, he is known to be playful, musical, creative, and clear—a "feel-good" dancer. He holds first place titles from the Boston Tea Party, Lone Star Championships, Heartland Swing Festival, New Orleans Dance Renaissance, Lindy on the Rocks, and Ultimate Lindy Hop Showdown.
Anthony began teaching in Albuquerque in 2006 and has since taught at numerous workshops and events across the country. His teaching style focuses on energy, technique and connection theory, and his love of both leading and following has been instrumental to making the classes that he teaches both clear and intuitive.