I run a thing called the Firehouse Film Contest with some buddies of mine. You can see all the films I was involved with there here.

Me and Conor Barry made a crime documentary called Murder Most Fowl with Rachel Ní Chuinn and a bunch of other heads. It won Best Picture at Firehouse #27!

I made The Hunt about how much class craic it is to find a house in Dublin. I wrote it 18 months before I shot it and I had to up all the fake rents when it came to shooting ’cause they all seemed too reasonable.

Here’s The Witch, a film I made with Ruth Hunter. Ruth won the Best Actor at Firehouse #24

Here’s Marmalade, a noir I made with Rachel Ní Chuinn. It won the Judges’ Prize at Firehouse #18 in IMMA! Swit swoo!

Here’s Fishes Circle, a puppetry film I made with Gillian Fitzpatrick and Rachel Ní Chuinn. It won Best Picture at Firehouse #19!

Here’s the first World of the Animal Kingdom, it’s a nature documentary series I made. Best picture at Firehouse #11! Then it got screened at Glastonbury, although it was at like 2am.

Here’s episode two, it’s about underwater animals and features a theme tune by Dott!

Episode three is all about insects and little xs for eyes did the theme!

Episode four is on Reptiles! No Monster Club recorded a cover of the theme n’all!

I made this stand up special with no money and lots of friends in July 2013.

I, Spidey; a film I made with James McDonnell and my little brother and my da. It won best picture at Firehouse #6!

My first film, The Connoisseur of Air featuring Gary Kealy.

A film I made with Colin Chadwick for the Firehouse Film Festival #2. We won Best Writing! Yay!

A music video for the band Halves, that I made with Simon Mulholland.

An animation.

A children’s story about typography from Conor O’Toole’s Manual of Style. Described by Eric Spiekermann as “Cute, if a bit slow”.

Jon Hozier-Byrne and I very occasionally pretend to be turn-of-the-century fools, instead of modern ones.

I was in the RTÉ Storyland show Student Teacher in 2012, we came second! By Giles Brody.

My finest performance to date in Simon Mulholland‘s Zombies.

Some crazy nonsense.

A video of a song from The Funeral of Conor O’Toole performed at the MGM, plus a much better song by the incredibly excellent Little Xs for Eyes.

The Heat Death of the Universe, for Conor Basquelle Smith.

At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, I released one ticket per day for a show called Tea with Conor O’Toole. The ticket holder was entitled to then give me a topic of their choosing, which I would then attempt to write two minutes of material about. I would then go for tea with them and deliver them their material, plus approximately 58 minutes of unscripted ‘banter’. The idea was if I did 25 of these shows in the month by the end I would have a new show, made up of 25 wholly unrelated bits, which I would call Entire O’Tea. Unfortunately, due of demand, I only did around eight Tea with Conor O’Tooles, and two of them were with my Dad. So instead I decided to film one I could remember, which you will find below.