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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Comments update: readers are paying tribute to David Bowie and his influence on fashion, design and culture after the legendary musician died on Sunday. Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: we've been reporting on the latest products unveiled at the CES technology show this week, including the relaunch of Kodak's iconic Super 8 film camera and a drone that will transport passengers through the air without a pilot. More
CES 2016: new electric car company Faraday Future has entered the automotive industry with a high-tech supercar, which runs on a modular battery that can be easily resized for its upcoming vehicle designs (+ movie). More
Comments update: readers weighed into the ongoing debate about whether non-architects should design buildings after Marcel Wanders described the discussion as the "f*cking opposite" of open-minded creativity. Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up to date with the latest discussions. More
It's New Year's Eve and we're seeing out 2015 by looking back at the most popular and controversial stories of the year. Read on for Dezeen's year in review...
Instagram is fast becoming the first place people see breaking news stories, but at its heart the photo-sharing social network is a depository of stunning images. Social media editor Ross Bryant compiles 10 of the most popular projects posted to Dezeen's Instagram in the past year. More
This week's Dezeen Mail features a selection of designer Christmas cards, 10 of the best houses published on Dezeen in 2015 and Zaha Hadid's controversial reaction to Kengo Kuma's plan for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium.
A bicycle made from oak, a light-reflective spray and a minimal compass that pairs with a smartphone app are among Dezeen social media editor Ross Bryant's favourite cycling-related designs this year. More
Comments update: readers are reacting to Japan's selecting of Kengo Kuma's wooden design for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic stadium and Zaha Hadid's controversial decision to speak out against it. More
This week on Dezeen: Kengo Kuma and Toyo Ito unveiled rival bids to build the 2020 Tokyo Olympic stadium this week, replacing Zaha Hadid's competition-winning design, and MAD completed a sinuous opera house in China (pictured). More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes MAD's sinuous opera house in China (pictured), Kengo Kuma and Toyo Ito's rival proposals for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic stadium and Lego's latest offering for architecture lovers.
Comments update: a proposal to turn New York's iconic Broadway into one long park set the agenda this week as readers called for cities around the world to embrace pedestrianisation. Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up to date with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: critics spoke to Dezeen about how China's museum boom has resulted in cultural buildings with "no vision", while other industry experts told us that rising sea levels are sparking interest in amphibious architecture. More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes a concept proposing meatballs made out of insects for Ikea, Apple's gadget to increase iPhone 6 battery life and our Christmas gift guide, which features a Lego set created for architects (pictured).
Comments update: Eric Parry Architects unveiled designs for the tallest building in London's financial district this week. Will it be an eyesore or a refreshing addition to the city's skyline? Read on to find out what readers thought, and explore our comments page to keep up to date with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: we've been reporting from Design Miami 2015 this week, where Zaha Hadid's clamshell-like dining pavilion and Porky Hefer's killer-whale-shaped chair are on show, while back in London Herzog & de Meuron unveiled its stadium design for Chelsea FC (pictured). More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes Herzog & de Meuron's new stadium design for Chelsea football club (pictured), Zaha Hadid's dining pavilion shaped like an open clamshell and the latest news from Design Miami 2015.