Born in La Paz, Bolivia and raised in Colombia, Argentina and the U.S., Anthony Stabley is a production designer and a filmmaker. He is also the grandson of movie theater owner and fine art collector Beatriz Lavayen Velasco.
His latest design credit is the 1970's Rock n Roll series Owl Moon for the Duplass Bros. Previous titles include From Prada To Nada, In Plain Sight, House of the Witch, Dirty, Formosa Betrayed and A Day Without A Mexican.
He initiated his career as a member of Bob Skotak's VFX team on Terminator 2 then went on to art direct Todd Haynes' Safe, MGM's Stigmata, The Arrival and White Oleander for Warner Bros.
As a filmmaker, his teen drama Everlasting won Best Feature at the Nevermore Film Festival. The film stars SAG Award Winner Elisabeth Rohm, Valentina de Angelis, Adam Perez, Pat Healy and Michael Massee.
Mr. Stabley is a member of the Art Directors Guild. He has worked in Asia, Europe and Latin America.