“A true adventurer in form” – The Stage

Hi, this is Ross.  I am a writer/performer, working across film, theatre and radio.

In 2015, I collaborated with Charlie Lyne on the documentary Stand By for Tape Back-Up, winning the Grand Prize for Experimental Film at BAFICI and the Runner-Up Audience Award at Fantastic Fest.

In 2017,  I  wrote a five-part comic miniseries for Channel 4’s Random Acts, and a BBC Radio 4 documentary about British Wrestling.

My new TV special is called ‘Missing Episode’. It airs on BBC2 on October 7th 2017. In it, I remix an old episode of EastEnders in order to tell the story of a car-crash I had on the same night. 

A lot of my work draws on my background as a poet, although not all my work is poetry. I have four poetry collections published by Penned in the Margins.

I’m also the producer of the Imaginary Advice podcast (see bottom of page).

I was born in Wester Hailes in Edinburgh. My family moved to Essex when I was small. I now live in Peterborough. My interests include 6pm, cumulus clouds and bass frequencies below 100hz.

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