Anthony has been teaching acting and camera technique for almost 10 years, teaching at some of the UK's premiere drama colleges including Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Italia Conti and The Actors Centre as well as maintaining a roster of private tuition clients including established stars as well as newcomers. His students can be seen working as regulars in soaps, leads on the silver screen and on the West-end stage.
Working with all age ranges, Anthony teaches with a passion and knowledge gained from almost 20 years as a working actor. He specialises in teaching camera technique/screen acting and audition technique but also offers workshops in improvisation, text work and accessing Shakespeare.
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Anthony has also worked in the corporate sector providing both workshops and one to one sessions in presentation skills for those at management and executive level.
Clients have included Allianz, Google and DPA.
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Anthony's next session at The Actors Centre is 28th July 2015.
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Workshop Title: Getting to Grips with Screen Acting.
What is it?
This workshop is an ideal introduction or refresher course for those who may not have had the opportunity to work on camera.
How will it work?
We will deal with the technical aspects of acting for screen; hitting marks, eye-lines, what questions to ask, then branching into non-verbal communication exercises to build camera confidence. The afternoon session will be text-based; bringing the techniques learnt in the morning into practice and learning how to give truthful performances within the technical confines of the medium. Throughout the session participants will be able to watch themselves in playback in order to objectively analyse their screen performances.
What do you get out of it?
By the end of the day actors will not only have the confidence to work and trust their instincts within the technical aspects of screen acting and gain experience in bringing a script to life on camera but also they will begin to enjoy the responsibility of the close-up.