Tony is a self-taught software designer, programmer who knows not only how a computer works but also has built many from scratch. That’s what he learned by the age of 14 and went on to become a web designer, graphic designer, and illustrator before graduating with a Certificate in New Media Design from the Academy of Art University.
Under Tony’s leadership, the company has invested in market research to understand tenant needs and positioning Black Mountain Properties as one of the most highly respected privately held commercial real estate firms in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The company’s website, identity, newsletters, building signage, multi-media presentations, broker marketing, public relations, and tenant communications is a result of his professional expertise. What’s more, he continues to bring innovative solutions to the operations of the company to help manage the information to the various constituencies and markets while streamlining the business of doing business.
Tony is a talented leader whose knowledge of real estate is widely appreciated as he takes a more active role in the company’s construction and future planning.
Look in the direction of Tony Bullock and you’ll understand why the future requires new thinkers and problem-solvers who have a clear vision and offer innovative solutions.
2014 marked Tony’s debut in the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Series and helped the newly formed One Motorsports make their successful team debut on the podium. While competing in 4 of the 7 scheduled events during the 2014 season, Tony achieved victory for One Motosports with their first overall win in the series at Kansas City Motor Speedway.
Without any karting or racing experience growing up, Tony started driving to the limit in 2012 when, together with his father, they enrolled in the Ron Follows Performance Driving School. Soon after they were competing for the fastest lap time in the SCCA Licensing School.
In 2013, Tony participated in the debut of the NARRA sanctioned Radical Cup Series competing at world class tracks across the country and finished as the Radical Cup SR3 Series National Champion.
That same year, Tony was invited to participate as a driver in the 10th running of the 25 Hours of Thunderhill where he helped pilot a 1350cc Radical SR3 to 1st in the ESR prototype class, the overall win for cars under 2.0 Liters and 3rd place overall out of over 60 professional and amateur teams.
In 2015, Tony joined with Georgia-based Comprent Motorsports to proudly represent their Cooper Tires Prototype Lites driver development program while honoring their winning heritage in pursuit of another championship.