Con became interested in DJing when he first heard the scratching in Herbie Hancock’s “Rocket” at a young age in Massachusetts. He began getting serious in 1999, and moved to New York City in 2002 to DJ. He has since played major venues including The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Galapagos, The Hudson Theater on Broadway, Williamsburg Hall of Music - even Grand Central Station. His favorite gig was an afterparty he did for The Roots. He has also worked with a variety of bands and artists as an accompanying turntablist, both in-studio and on stage.
In 2008 he started working with 74 Events and has experience with everything from bhangra to rock to hip-hop to electronic and top 40. He currently DJs private events exclusively.