Anthony is the Departmental Computing Officer.
He has a BA in English and Anthropology from the University of Denver and an MA in Medieval Archaeology from Durham University. He holds a PhD in Medieval Studies from the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York. His doctoral work studied the late medieval relationship between God and man in English parish churches.
He has also been developing the use of computer modelling techniques to assist research into the use of space in historic buildings. He has particular expertise in buildings survey, CAD, and virtual reality.
Anthony teaches buildings survey and archaeological computing on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses including the MSc in Archaeological Information Systems, the MA in Buildings Archaeology, Second Year Computing and the Undergraduate Field School.
He also provides general computing support for the Department and associated projects.