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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This week on Dezeen: the automotive industry flocked to the Geneva Motor Show this week, where French manufacturer Bugatti unveiled what it described as the world's most powerful and fastest car. Meanwhile in California, Google's self-driving vehicle collided with a bus at walking pace. More
The "world's fastest" road-legal car by Bugatti (pictured), Ole Scheeren's pixelated 314-metre-high skyscraper and BIG's new residential development for Toronto feature in the latest edition of Dezeen Mail.
Comments update: controversial gun laws in America were hotly contested this week, after the dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas resigned over a new state law that will allow students to carry firearms on campus. More
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Comments update: introducing graphics that show nutritional information on supermarket receipts isn't enough to solve the "obesity epidemic", according to readers. Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: David Chipperfield's proposal for a new east London home and studio for British artist Tracey Emin was refused planning permission this week, while fellow artist Damien Hirst hit the headlines after creating the interiors for his own restaurant in the city. More
This week's Dezeen Mail features Eurostar's redesign "disaster", a mile-high skyscraper proposal for Tokyo and an e-ink mobile phone designed to prevent users from acting like "mindless zombies" (pictured).
Comments update: readers joined the chorus of criticism aimed at the interiors of Pininfarina's Eurostar redesign this week and questioned whether the cross-channel rail service has lost its design direction. More