Anton was born in the London Borough of Brent and has lived in the area for his whole life.
He has been campaigning in Brent for many years and joined the Liberal Democrats in 2013 after seeing how hard local Liberal Democrat Councillors and the then local Liberal Democrat MP worked for residents.
In 2014, Anton stood to be elected as a Councillor in Dudden Hill. He was one of the youngest Council candidates in that set of London elections and despite not being elected was able to help lead a strong campaign against Labour. In 2016 Anton was the GLA Candidate for the Brent and Harrow constituency, coming third. In 2017, Anton stood against Dawn Butler in Brent Central, one of the youngest Parliamentary candidates in the UK.
Anton is a passionate campaigner for expanding the rights of refugees and asylum seekers and set up a Community Refugee Action Group in Brent in response to the ongoing refugee crisis across Europe. He also believes that the Liberal Democrats must focus on reaching out to communities and understanding the real desire on the ground for radical change that the Liberal Democrats must offer.
In January 2020, Anton won the Alperton by-election, taking the seat from Labour, by increasing the Liberal Democrat vote share by 29.5%. Alperton is one of the most diverse wards in the country. During the by-election, Anton's campaign reached out to diverse communities in the area to show them that this party speaks for them and their issues too. This is something Anton wants to help LDCRE ensure the party does on a national level.