If you ended up here, chances are you might be interested in the Author's works. As his personal website, I shall gladly take the honour of introducing you to his most relevant jobs so far.
Occasionally, the Author was employed as an Audio / Video Producer. Here, you will find his most relevant works.
Are video games a form of art? Anthony once addressed the issue in a lengthy article in Italian for I Love Videogames. This is the official English version of that article.
Scrivener is extremely popular among writers. What makes it so special? Is it really better than Microsoft Word, in some ways?
In Final Fantasy XV, the potential was there to let it be many things; here, the Author tries to examine what went wrong in the process, under a pure storyteller's perspective.
To celebrate #LoveIndies week, the Author evaluates Sunless Sea, one of the most inspiring and wonderfully-written video games of the last few years.
You can see Anthony's love for video games in some of the articles he wrote for his beloved website (which is me, by the way). And then, in May 2018, he was hired to work on a little mobile game localisation.
For a charity talent-show event at The Disney Store, Anthony was asked to write a short story that he would then read in front of a small audience. Inspired by a Guest in store, he decided to write a story about loss, nostalgia, and family love – all connected by a "simple" Mouse.
Westman was the second milestone of a freelance contract with Mr. Valeri Lilov, the same author of Bladecrow. In this occasion, Anthony was hired as a script editor and consultant, to provide feedback and proofread the first two episodes of a fantasy/western TV Show.
I am just a Website, but I can tell that Anthony was shocked by A Quiet Place as soon as he went to see it the first time. This is his personal review, a critical opinion for anyone who might be interested in John Krasinki's latest work.
Anthony worked on Bladecrow as a freelance script editor and consultant, as part of a contract started on Upwork. It is a 120-pages long, dark sci-fi feature film, conceived by Valeri Lilov.
Is there a more frightening pain than the one we experience with love? When Anthony (coincidentally, the Author's namesake) finds a manuscript in the attic, he is forced to find the truth behind this question. He will unveil a dark secret, and a story long-forgotten of a young boy suffering from a form of depression.