Ross was social media editor at Dezeen from 2014-2016.
Ross graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2010 with a degree in English literature. While studying, Ross launched his own print magazine covering design, literature and culture.
Ross wrote for various London-based magazines including Dazed and Confused and It’s Nice That before joining Dezeen in 2013. He was promoted to social media editor in 2014 and won the 2015 BSME award for Best Use of Social Media.
Follow Ross on Twitter and Instagram.
Architect Rafael Viñoly's candid thoughts on his 432 Park Avenue tower in New York lead this week's Dezeen Mail, which also features Instagram's rebrand and robot-built architecture.
Auto brand Nissan has created an energy storage system for the home using a recycled car battery, and announced plans for a trial in the UK that will allow electric vehicle owners to sell power back to the grid. More
Are you on Snapchat? Follow Dezeen for irreverent updates from our office, quick-fire interviews, event reports and all kinds of other stuff. If you're new to the social media platform, download the Snapchat app and follow the instructions below!
To add Dezeen, open the app and point your camera at our Snapcode (above), and then press and hold on the screen.
You can also follow us by taking a picture of our Snapcode. Then simply open Snapchat, tap at the top of the camera screen and hit the "Add Friends" button. This will open your camera roll. Select Dezeen's Snapcode to follow us. Simple.
This week on Dezeen: Apple's Jonathan Ive (pictured) accused contemporary designers of losing interest in how things are made this week, while the United Arab Emirates revealed plans for a manmade mountain in an attempt to increase the country's rainfall. More
Comments update: the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has reopened with a major extension by Snøhetta, but commenters think simply demolishing Mario Botta's original Postmodern building would have been a better solution. More
This week on Dezeen: fashion designer Stella McCartney revealed her kit designs for British athletes competing at this year's Olympics, while a new logo for the Tokyo 2020 games was finally selected after the original design was ditched. More
Stella McCartney-designed kits for the British Olympic team (pictured), Zaha Hadid's "oyster-like" ferry terminal in Italy and Dyson's new hairdryer that is inaudible to human ears features in this week's edition of Dezeen Mail.
Milan 2016: over 14,000 images were posted to Instagram using our #milanogram2016 tag during Milan design week, and this shot by Lijo John Mathew has been named best photograph by our panel of judges. More
Comments update: readers have been discussing Bjarke Ingels' impact on architecture this week, after Time magazine named him as one of this year's most influential people. More
This week on Dezeen: Zaha Hadid Architects announced it will continue to practice without its founder following her sudden death in the same week as the company's proposal for a car park in Miami Beach was rejected. More
Milan 2016: a hollow head-shaped chamber by Fabio Novembre and a geometrically decorated "prison" by Alessandro Mendini are presented as conceptual interior spaces at the Rooms – Novel Living Concepts show (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: Moroso has transformed its Milan showroom into an exhibition space filled with products by Ron Arad, marking a longstanding relationship between the Italian company and the Israeli designer (+ slideshow). More
Comments update: Pritzker Prize-winning architect Philip Johnson was an impassioned supporter of Nazism, according to a new book, but should this change our appreciation of his architecture? More
Milan 2016: curving lines of black granite form this shelving system by Zaha Hadid, unveiled in Milan by Italian brand Citco a month after the Pritzker Prize-winning architect died unexpectedly (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: it's an overcast day in Milan, but that hasn't stopped visitors exploring the city and posting to our #milanogram2016 tag as they head to events and installations. Read on for a selection of today's best images. More