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.
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Milan 2016: visitors are posting images of innovative products using our #milanogram2016 tag, including a sink that automatically lowers from a kitchen surface (pictured). Click through to see more of today's highlights. More
Milan 2016: designers swarmed on Milan's iconic Bar Basso last night for Dezeen's party with Lee Broom, and visitors posted their images of Nendo's popular 50 Manga Chairs installation. Click through to see more popular images from our #milanogram2016 tag on Instagram. More
Milan 2016: Moooi's new Charleston Sofa, which is turned vertically on its end to form a swivel chair, is attracting lots of attention today as Milan's Salone del Mobile opens. Click through to see a selection of the best images posted to Instagram so far using our #milanogram2016 hashtag. More
Milan 2016: products made from a new material that uses recycled poo are presented in darkened rooms with crap-covered floors at The Shit Evolution exhibition curated by the Museo Della Merda (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: it's day one of Milan design week, the world's biggest and most important design fair, and over 1,000 images from around the city have already been posted to our #milanogram2016 hashtag on Instagram. Click through to see a selection of the best photographs. More
This week on Dezeen: Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena used his Pritzker Prize ceremony to announce plans for combatting the global housing crisis this week, and the Dezeen team looked ahead to the world's biggest and most important design fair. More
It's our 300th edition of Dezeen Mail! In it, we look ahead to Milan design week, reflect on Zaha Hadid's life and work, and highlight the week's best stories and discussions on Dezeen, including space-saving furniture designs for small homes (pictured).
Milan 2016: Toyota has created an open-top two-seater vehicle made out of wood to combat the idea that "modern cars have to be high-tech machines packed with the latest technologies" (+ slideshow). More
This week on Dezeen: the architecture community paid tribute to Zaha Hadid this week after the Pritzker Prize-winning architect died unexpectedly. Read all our stories about the passing of Zaha Hadid. More
Zaha Hadid 1950-2016: Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has paid tribute to Zaha Hadid, who died suddenly yesterday, just months after the pair were at loggerheads over the controversial Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium design. More
This week on Dezeen: sportswear brand Nike unveiled its Back to the Future-style shoes this week and Thomas Heatherwick's controversial Garden Bridge moved one step closer to reality despite calls for the project to be scrapped. More
The luxury autonomous vehicles of the future might offer customers a privileged "fast lane" through crowded city streets, according to Bentley's head of design Stefan Sielaff, who unveiled a preview of the British manufacturer's autonomous concept car in London this week. More
The latest news on Thomas Heatherwick's controversial Garden Bridge, Sacha Baron Cohen's Apple spoof and a cliffside residence with a wavy zinc-covered facade (pictured) feature in this week's edition of Dezeen Mail.