Conor Masterson was born, in a crossfire hurricane. Washed up and left for dead he was raised by wolves in a time before Instagram. With nothing but a celtic heart, a strange desire to have his belly scratched and an overwhelming urge to chase tennis balls in the park he survives and fights the good fight making photographs and films for fashion, music and advertising clients with a soft spot for a shaggy dog story.

His debut feature film ‘The Frames In The Deep Shade’ premiered at the Dublin Film Festival in 2013. It was described by The Irish Times as ‘A bespoke movie about an art band, The Frames. The film owes almost as much to the contemporary hypno- doc as it does to the average rockumentary.’

Conor lives and works in south east of the England, close to Europe, London and the sea, with his wife Michelle, their cats and her Elegantly Papered magazine archive of 55,000 vintage fashion magazines.