Anthony is a native New Yorker who began the study of graphology (personality diagnosis from handwriting) when he was only 11 years old. Since that time he has analyzed literally thousands of handwritings, young and old, from nearly every walk of life. After graduating from NYU with degrees in philosophy and psychology, he studied graphology privately for a period of 3 years with his eternal mentor, Louise Erpelding, former president of the National Society of Graphology (pictured at right, next to Anthony in the photo above). Anthony has privately translated and investigated numerous graphology works of European origin which, unfortunately, remain largely unknown to the English speaking world due to academic language barriers. He is currently writing an 8 volume reference work (over 1600 pages and growing) devoted to the subject of handwriting analysis, which is intended to serve as an authoritative guide to the subject and to fill the monumental gap in knowledge between European and American graphology.
Anthony is professionally certified as a graphologist by AHAF (American Handwriting Analysis Foundation) which adheres to rigorous testing methods to ensure that graphology is practiced as a psychological discipline.