Conor's home town has always been London. Growing up, the paternal figure in his life was his grandfather, a celebrated screenwriter. As such Conor was raised on a healthy diet of film noir and classic horror cinema, a strong influence on his work to this day. In his teenage years Conor began to spend time with his father, a photographer who gave him a medium to channel his creative energies and encouraged his playfully macabre and theatrical style. Since then Conor has exhibited with other young photographers Jack Davison and Lydia Roberts, with whom he met Carl Falk and became a part of CFA creative. Conor's work illustrates the primal hopes and fears that make up the shadow side of the human psyche often with a side of good humour.