Connor has been an orphan as long as he can remember, never knowing his parents. Born April 22, 1997 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Raised in the foster system he went from family to family never staying in the same place for longer than a year, and never forming relationships with anyone. Connor has always been a loner, preferring the silent company of himself than the company of others. Throughout his Teenage years Connor gained a love for photography and medieval history. Working in a restaurant chain while studying Connor saved up enough money to travel. After graduating high school Connor used his saving to buy a plane ticket to Chernarus to explore and photograph many of the Medieval castles and locations dotted around the country. Chernarus had its problems but he found peace in his work in the rural areas of the country. Connor's photos caught the attention of multiple tourist organisations in Chernogorsk and he managed to make a decent living off his photography. Connor ended up settling down in Chernogorsk, renting a small apartment above a bar and for the first time in his life he felt at home. He began to make friends for the first time in his life, and found a love of the people that called South Zagoria their home. Chernarus changed Connor, it helped him connect with people in a way he never had before. Connor decided that he wanted to stay in Chernarus permanently and applied for citizenship. When international aid first came to Chernarus Connor got a journalist job with a United Nations detachment. Shortly after joining them the unit was wiped out by a swarm of dead and Connor barley made it out with his life, He may even have been the only survivor. He never made his way home to his apartment after that. News of borders being closed and the complete collapse of the local government set Connor on a new path, survival.