President and Director
Tony has a long history developing educational, news, entertainment, and learning communications for a wide variety of clients. His background in film, television, and education are key to Resound’s ability to create fun, engaging, and effective programs.
After a 25 year career as a producer, director, and editor of broadcast and business productions, Tony founded Resound Inc., a content development company producing video and creative learning solutions exclusively for ethics and compliance programs. Current clients include Lockheed Martin, Bechtel, Honeywell, ULA, and many others. Prior to founding Resound, he was a creative director with Ethics Inc and LRN, where he helped develop, directed, and edited much of the industry’s early groundbreaking content.
Before focussing on field of ethics training, he worked on the nationally televised documentary, Song for New Orleans for Parallax Productions; edited Pilgrimage into the Past for Moonlight Motion Pictures. Pilgrimage was broadcast on PBS and hailed by Ken Burns as, “A fascinating, terribly honest, and challenging film.” He was senior editor for CBS/Eyemark’s The Wild Wild Web, a nationally syndicated weekly television show and was key to the production of numerous nationally broadcast television programs, commercials, public service announcements, and news programs for all major broadcast networks.
From 1995 to 2005, he was an adjunct professor at Boston University’s College of Communication, teaching editing for film and television.
He currently is a director of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Foundation. Tony and his family live and work in Manchester, Massachusetts and Ballyvaughan, Ireland.